Reward offered in fatal shooting of limo driver
Detroit police investigators are searching for two male suspects in connection with the death of a 44-year-old man shot to death in mid-April in a limousine on the city’s east side. And now Crime Stoppers of Michigan is offering a $2,500 reward for his capture, the organization said in a release Monday.
The suspect, along with other would-be passengers, approached limo driver Devin Lowe at 3:10 a.m. Saturday in the 2900 block of W. Warren. They all got a ride together. Lowe was parked at a gas station at Interstate 96 and West Warren, on the city's west side, when the suspect shot him, robbed the other passengers and fled on foot, Crime Stoppers said. Lowe was 44 years old.
Officer Jennifer Moreno, a Detroit Police Department spokeswoman, said police believe the suspects became acquainted with the passengers that night at a bar or club in the Greektown area. Any relationship beyond that is not known.
Crime Stoppers is asking that anyone with information on the homicide call anonymously and share what they know at 800-SPEAK-UP.