Topeka Police Say Quadruple Murder Still Top Priority, Need More Info

TOPEKA, Kansas (WIBW) -- Topeka police assure the public they are still working hard to crack a quadruple homicide case from December 2013.

Major Jerry Stanley told 13 News he has no new information to release at this time, but that the case is by no means considered cold. He said the four murders are still at the top of officers' and detectives' list as they continue to analyze information and evidence.

"This is a very serious situation and we hope to bring results," Stanley said.

He stresses the need for more tips and cooperation from the public so justice can be served.

An $8,000 reward is still being offered for the person who can provide correct details into what happened December 1 that resulted in the murders of four people in Central Topeka. Stanley said they believe at least one person has that information and encourages whoever it is to call police.

"We'd like to get the case behind us as well."

Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 785-234-0007 or submit a tip online at www.topekacrimestoppers.com. Texts are also welcomed; text a tip to 274637 (CRIMES) and type "Top Tip" at the start of the message.

Posted by Sarah Plake


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