$100K in rewards offered in unsolved LA women killings

Los Angeles police and city officials announced two $50,000 rewards Tuesday for information leading to an arrest or arrests in connection with a pair of unsolved 2011 killings. The slayings of Michelle Lozano, 17, and Bree'Anna Guzman, 22, were initially thought to be unrelated.
Los Angeles police and city officials announced two $50,000 rewards Tuesday for information leading to an arrest or arrests in connection with a pair of unsolved 2011 killings. The slayings of Michelle Lozano, 17, and Bree'Anna Guzman, 22, were initially thought to be unrelated. screengrab from NBCLA

Los Angeles police and city officials announced two $50,000 rewards Tuesday for information leading to an arrest or arrests in connection with a pair of unsolved killings, according to KTLA5.

The killings involved two women whose bodies were found three years ago on Los Angeles freeways, NBCLA reported. The slayings of Michelle Lozano, 17, and Bree'Anna Guzman, 22, were initially thought to be unrelated.

It did not appear the two victims knew each other, according to Capt. William Hayes of the LAPD, KTLA5 reported.

But investigators, citing forensic evidence, announced that they believe the same person was responsible for both slayings and need the public’s help.

 

 

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