NORWALK, Conn. – Anyone with information leading to the arrest and conviction of the murderers of Iroquois Alston and Rickita Smalls could receive a $50,000 reward, the Norwalk Police Department announced Thursday.
Bridgeport residents Alston, 27, and Smalls, 22, were shot to death on Aug. 6, 2011, while sitting in a car on Avenue B in Norwalk.
Norwalk police and State’s Attorney David Cohen requested Gov. Dannel Malloy establish the reward, which the governor approved.
“I am very pleased that both State’s Attorney Cohen and the Governor are supporting our request,” Kulhawik said in a statement. “We hope that this reward will lead to information that will allow us to bring those persons responsible for this crime to justice.”
Anyone with information has several options to contact the department. They can call the police tip line at 203-854-3111, or they can send an e-mail through the department’s website. They can also send a text with NPD in the text field to CRIMES (274637).
“This reward is another tool to help detectives further their investigation,” Cohen said in a statement. “I am thankful the governor has approved this request, and I join the chief in asking those with information to come forward.”
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