Reward increased to $100,000 for information in Aliza Sherman murder investigation

Reward increased to $100,000 for information in Aliza Sherman murder investigation

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The reward for information leading to an arrest and prosecution in the fatal stabbing of Aliza Sherman has been increased to $100,000, Cleveland police announced Friday.

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson, Police Chief Calvin Williams, officials from the Crimestoppers of Cuyahoga County, and others announced the new reward amount at a 3 p.m. news conference and said the additional $50,000 came from an anonymous donor.

Sherman was murdered in March 2013. Police say the Cleveland Clinic nurse was stabbed to death outside of her divorce attorney's office. She was supposed to meet her attorney to discuss a divorce when a hooded suspect was caught on surveillance camera running from the scene.

Police still have not made any arrests in the murder case.

Each year, friends and family gather at the spot of the murder to mourn Sherman.

Family pleads for answers 3 years after Aliza Sherman's death

Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 216-252-7463 or visit the Crime Stoppers web site www.25crime.com and leave a confidential web tip.

Copyright 2017 WOIO. All rights reserved.