A $25,000 reward is being offered by the San Francisco Police Department on Monday to any information to solve the homicide case involving a man who was set ablaze while sleeping, KRON4 reported.
In the early morning on Oct. 8 last year, the police department responded in the area of 25th Street and South Van Ness after an aggravated assault report involving a fire.
Officers saw the victim on the scene as he received treatment from the paramedics.
The man was later identified as Luis Temajtomas, 43.
Temajtomas told SFPD officers that he was in his sleeping bag, which was set on fire while he was asleep.
He was brought to a local hospital but died the following day due to the injuries he sustained from the incident.
The case was determined as a homicide through the investigation done by the San Francisco Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.
The police department has announced the $25, 000 reward for any details that will identify, arrest and finally convict the suspect or suspects in the case.
The 24 Hour Tip lines of the SFPD, 1(415) 572-4444 and TIP4111 for anonymous reports, are open to anyone with information.