Phoenix PD passing out freeway reward fliers

Posted at 6:05 PM, Sep 16, 2015

The Phoenix Police Department in an ongoing effort to assist the Department of Public Safety, passed out fliers in the Maryvale area Wednesday morning to help generate information and leads on the I-10 shootings. 

The fliers have a new reward of $50,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction to whoever is responsible for the shootings that has raised awareness all over the valley.

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Officers and patrols focused on local businesses and residences near Interstate 10 where the shootings have taken place to help generate more information and tips.

DPS said nearly 10,000 fliers were passed out.

"[Some people] may have been out of the loop on this investigation," said Bart Graves, a DPS spokesman, about the need for paper handouts in a world of smartphones and Facebook sharing.

Prisma Graphic printed nearly 200,000 fliers as a public service, according to Graves.

Anyone with information about the freeway shootings are encouraged to call the DPS Tip line at 602-644-5805 or the Silent Witness line at (480) WITNESS.