In addition the St. Louis College of Pharmacy is offering a $25,000 Reward for the Arrest and Conviction of the subject(s) responsible for this crime. Also friends and family have donated an additional reward of $2059.00 to be added to the CrimeStoppers Reward.
Victim Nicholas Kapusniak 20, was a student at The St. Louis College of Pharmacy. He was shot and killed in a drive-by shooting about 1 a.m. Saturday morning March 1st 2014. The shooting occurred in the rear yard of a home in the 2700 block of Accomac. The victim was standing with a group of acquaintances when he was struck by gunfire from a passing vehicle. Witnesses say an unknown subject started shooting from inside a white sedan as it traveled eastbound in the south alley. The white vehicle continued east out of sight.
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CrimeStoppers Tip Hotline 1-866-371-TIPS
If your TIP, called into CrimeStoppers, leads to the Felony Arrest of the subject(s) responsible for this Homicide you may receive a REWARD UP TO $5000.00
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