SFPD, mother of 2006 cold case murder victim offers $250,000 reward for new leads

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San Francisco police and the mother of a cold case murder victim are seeking help to find justice for her son. 

Aubrey Abrakasa Jr., 17 at the time, was gunned down at the intersection of Grove and Baker Street in 2006. 

His mother and law enforcement held a small gathering in hopes that people with information on the case would come forward. 

Since Aubrey’s death, Paulette Brown has become an advocate for the families of murdered victims. 

“Our children existed. I want mothers and fathers to know, don’t give up, said Paulette Brown, Aubrey’s mother. “Don’t give up on your children. I don’t care what they did. No had the right to take their lives.”

A $250,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of Aubrey’s killer.

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