Multi-Agencies Announce Reward for Tips in San Benito Teen’s Death
HARLINGEN - Law enforcement agencies are offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the death of Nahomi Rodriguez.
The Harlingen Police Department in partnership with the Cameron County District Attorney's Office, the San Benito Police Department, Harlingen Area Crime Stoppers and others announced the reward at a press conference Wednesday morning.
Anyone with information can contact Harlingen Area Crime Stoppers (956) 425-8477.
The 19-year-old disappeared last July. She was last seen leaving a McDonald's in Harlingen, where she worked. Witnesses said she left the 600 block of North 77 in a two-toned SUV, possibly a Ford Escape. At least one male was reported in the vehicle.
Last month, her remains were found in a remote area outside Rio Hondo.
Check back for updates.
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