Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) State Crime News
FBI Offering $20,000 Reward for Information Leading to Arrest of Person(s) Responsible
The FBI Washington Field Office and the Prince William County Police Department continue to seek the public’s assistance in identifying the unknown individual(s) involved in the murder of Glenda Marisol Coca-Romero, which took place six years ago today. The FBI and the Prince William County Police Department are committed to investigating this case and bringing justice for Glenda Marisol Coca-Romero and her family.
The murder of Glenda Marisol Coca-Romero occurred on the evening of February 21, 2014, at the former Platanillos Grocery and Jewelry in Woodbridge, Virginia. On the night of February 21, 2014, shortly before 9 p.m., the victim employees were shot after three unknown male suspects entered the store where they worked. After the shooting, the suspects immediately fled the store without taking any property or money. One of the shooting victims, 21-year-old Glenda Marisol Coca-Romero, died at the scene, and the other victim was transported to an area hospital with critical injuries and survived the encounter. Coca-Romero was the mother of an infant.
Since the incident, the Prince William County Police Department has worked in conjunction with assistance from the FBI Washington Field Office to offer a $20,000 reward for the arrest and conviction of the individual(s) responsible for this murder. In addition to the reward money, the FBI has offered numerous resources to aid in the investigation.
If you lived or were present in the area of the Platanillos Grocery and Jewelry in Woodbridge, Virginia, on February 21, 2014, and noticed anything suspicious, your information may be important to the investigation. Surveillance footage can be viewed on the Prince William County Police YouTube channel. Law enforcement agencies are asking anyone with information about this crime to call the FBI Washington Field Office at 202-278-2000 or the Prince William County Police Department at 703-792-7000. You may also contact your local FBI office, the nearest American Embassy or Consulate, or submit a tip online at tips.fbi.gov. All tips can remain anonymous. More information and a photo can be found on fbi.gov.