FBI announces $20K reward for info on suspects in killing of Las Vegas woman

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – In a joint push convention with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department on Wednesday, the FBI announced a $20,000 reward for info on the whereabouts of two suspects wanted in connection with the theft and killing of a 24-yr-aged female.

According to authorities, the incident happened on March 25 in the 6400 block of Bright Nimbus Avenue in close proximity to Robindale Street and Torrey Pines Drive all over 2:10 p.m.

Law enforcement say that the investigation decided that 3 males entered the victim’s home and started to rob the property. Through this time, the victim was in a position to get her very own gun and began taking pictures at one particular of the suspects. The target had an exchange of gunfire with a person of the suspects and the target was killed as a end result.

The victim was determined by the Clark County Coroner’s place of work as 24-year-previous Natalie Manduley.

Following the exchange of gunfire, in accordance to police, Kamari Oliver, panicked and left the others at the scene. Oliver was later on identified immediately after Las Vegas police situated his research left in a getaway car.

Police say Michael Overton, Christina Schultz and an additional male all fled the home and jumped a block wall. Lt. Ray Spencer claims the three ended up very last noticed managing northbound on Torrey Pines from the scene.

Lt. Ray Spencer claims that this was a “targeted robbery,” introducing that Christina Schultz allegedly knew the victim and is accused of placing up the theft.

Authorities say there is a “very superior chance” that Schultz and Overton have fled the state. Everyone with information on their whereabouts is questioned to contact the FBI.