George Floyd: $46,000 Bounty Offered for Killers of Retired Police Captain


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St Louis Police have offered a $46,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the killers of a retired police captain during violent George Floyd protests in the United States.

77yr old retired police captain, David Dorn was shot and killed while responding to a burglary alarm in a pawnshop that was being looted during protests.

The police are asking the public for help in locating seven persons of interests caught on surveillance tape. The police thereafter released the video showing the principal suspects in the killing of the retired police captain.

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David Dorn was found lying on the sidewalk beside the pawnshop with a gunshot wound to the torso. He was pronounced dead on the scene.

The pawnshop was one of the many businesses looted in St Louis by a rampaging mob disguised as protests over the killing an African American by white police officers in Minneapolis.

Rioting and looting lasted for almost a week in most American cities, with the President blaming ANTIFA and other left wing extremist groups for the orgy of violence and looting.

Security footage from inside the pawnshop released by St Louis police showed seven men looting the store. Two of the men were armed with guns while another one cut himself in the process of breaking into the store.

“RECOGNIZE THESE SUBJECTS? They’re persons of interest in the murder of Ret. Capt. David Dorn.

Anyone with info should call our Homicide Div directly @ 314-444-5371, or if you want to remain anonymous & are interested in a reward (up to 45k) contact @STLRCS @ 866-371-TIPS(8477).”

The St Louis Police department tweeted.

Retired police captain Dorn worked as a security guard for the pawnshop after his retirement in 2014. He had also been a chief of police in Moline Acres.

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