The reward is growing for information about a quintuple homicide in Cleveland.
Cleveland Police Patrolman's Association President Steve Loomis says the organization has added an additional $5,000 to the Crime Stoppers reward for information.
That brings the reward up to $32,000.
On November 21, 2014, five people were killed when an unidentified gunman opened fired at a home on E. 92nd Street.
Sherita Johnson, her unborn son, her 18-year-old Jario Taylor, 60-year-old Lemon Bryant and 17-year-old Saylona Williams were all shot to death execution-style.
Anybody with information is urged to call detectives at (216) 804-7462.
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