$250,000 Reward Offered for Tips on Seven-Year-Old Murder

Sketches of suspects in the 2007 murder of Alberto Casillas. Image provided by SFPD.

Sketches of suspects in the 2007 murder of Alberto Casillas. Image provided by SFPD.

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A little after 2 a.m., it’ll be seven years since Alberto Casillas was shot while driving near 13th and Folsom streets. He later died from his wounds at San Francisco General Hospital. No one has been arrested in Casillas’s case. San Francisco police are asking the community for help in finding the shooter. There is a $250,000 reward from the Office of the Mayor for information that leads to the arrest and prosecution of the suspects.

Earlier on the night he was shot, Casillas got into an altercation with two male suspects at Club Caliente — a dance club on 11th Street near Folsom that has since shut its doors. During the argument the suspects waved a gun at Casillas. They later allegedly fired multiple rounds at Casillas’s car while he was driving with a friend.

If you have any information, call the San Francisco Anonymous Police Department Top Line at (415) 575-4444 or “Text-aTip” at TIP411. Begin the message with “SFPD” in the subject line.

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