FBI offers reward for tips on Pentagon sniper
The FBI posted a $20,000 reward Monday for tips on whomever has been shooting at the Pentagon and other military targets in the Washington, DC. area.
"We are following every lead that comes in and continue to call for the assistance of the public in helping us identify the person or persons responsible," John G. Perren, Acting Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI's Washington Field Office said in an announcement. "We are confident that someone out there has additional information that will be helpful to this investigation."
There have been five incidents, beginning with shots fired on the Pentagon on the night of Oct. 16-17. Over the next two weeks, shots were also fired on the Marine Corps museum near Quantico and recruiting offices of the Marine Corps and Coast Guard, respectively, in suburban Virginia.
| November 15, 2010; 12:07 PM ET
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