Reward Offered for Tips in 2011 New Haven Homicide Case

Friday, Jun 27, 2014  |  Updated 11:29 AM EDT
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Reward Offered for Tips in 2011 New Haven Homicide Case

New Haven Police

Police are trying to solve the homicide of Albert Jenkins.

A reward is being offered to help police solve a 2011 homicide case.

Albert Jenkins was shot and killed outside Poor John’s Pub in New Haven on the morning of May 21,2011, according to police, and a $50,000 reward is being offered for tips that lead to a conviction.

Jenkins, a convicted felon who is on parole at the time of the shooting, was shot in the head, back and face, according to police.

At the time, he was wanted by the New Haven Police Department on outstanding warrants for alleged drug sales.
 
If you have information that will help police solve the case, call Detective Michael Wuchek at the New Haven Police Department 203-946-6304.
 

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