Reward in slaying: A $125,000 reward is being offered in the Aug. 6 slaying of an armored car courier outside a Hyattsville bank, the FBI said yesterday.
The FBI is putting up $100,000, and the Dunbar armored car company is contributing $25,000. The reward was first announced late last week.
Two hooded gunmen ambushed, robbed and shot armored car courier Jason L. Schwindler, 28, shortly before 1 p.m. outside the front entrance of BB&T in the 3500 block of Hamilton Street.
"The FBI and Prince George's County police are aggressively investigating any and all leads in the case," said Barry Maddox, an FBI spokesman in Baltimore.
Anyone with information in the case should call the FBI in Baltimore at 410-265-8080 or the Prince George's County police at 301-772 4925.
Girl raped: A 16-year-old girl was raped at a Woodbridge apartment complex Monday morning, Prince William County police said yesterday.
The girl briefly stepped outside the sliding-glass door of the apartment about 11 a.m. When she went back inside, a male whom she said she did not know and who appeared to be 17 to 19 years old forced his way in and sexually assaulted her, police said. He fled on foot.
The suspect was described as being about 5 feet 7 and wearing a red T-shirt and a gold necklace that had three pendants. One said "Puerto Rico" and one said "Miguel," police said. The third depicted a cross.
Anyone with information about this case is asked to call police at 800-673-2777.
Camp allegations: The two campers and two counselors charged with sexually and physically abusing three boys at a Baptist overnight camp in Gainesville were held without bond yesterday in Prince William County's juvenile detention center, authorities said.
The accusers and suspects were attending a summer camp July 18-23 at the Northern Virginia Baptist Center on Glenkirk Road. Police said they began investigating when one of the boys told his parents, who then reported the alleged acts to police.
The four suspects were charged with a total of 19 counts, including object sexual penetration, a felony. They face a Sept. 3 trial in Prince William County's Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court. The two counselors are a 15-year-old boy from Fairfax County and a 17-year-old boy from Prince George's County. The charged campers are a 13-year-old boy and 12-year-old boy.
Compiled from reports by staff writers.