$24,000 Reward offered to solve murders of two off-duty Cleveland firefighters

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CLEVELAND -The Cleveland Fire Union is matching the reward being offered by Crime Stoppers in hopes of finding new information in the murder of Cleveland firefighters Lt. William L. Walker and Theodore Wright Jr.

The reward has now reached $24,000.

$20,000 of the reward came from the Cleveland Fire Union. The remaining $4,000 came from Crime Stoppers.

Lt. William Walker was shot multiple times in his Lampson Avenue driveway on November 3, 2013.

Firefighter William Walker-, 45, was shot and killed in his Lampson Avenue driveway. 11/11/13

Firefighter William Walker-, 45, was shot and killed in his Lampson Avenue driveway. 11/11/13

Theodore Wright Jr. was shot in the left arm and torso on Claasen Avenue near East 71st Street on May 1, 2014.

Both firefighters were off-duty at the time of the shootings.

Anyone with information on either crime should call Crime Stoppers at 216-252-7463.

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