An $11,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrests of the suspects in the murder of Jayna Murray and sexual assault of her 27-year-old co-worker, ABC7 reports. Federal Realty, who owns the property where Lululemon Athletica leases, is contributing $10,000 to the reward, and Crimesolvers is putting up the other $1,000.
Montgomery County detectives have obtained surveillance video from nearby businesses and will try to identify the suspects. Lululemon Athletica remains closed today as mourners continue to place flowers outside the store's front.
Christine Day, CEO of Lululemon Athletica, Inc., issued the following statement:
We are devastated by the tragic events at our Bethesda store. We are focused on providing support to those that are most immediately impacted by this tragedy, and we know that you all feel the loss as well. Thanks to all of you for your outreach to support the stores and the people impacted. It is the outpouring of love and concern that will get us through these tragic circumstances.
In deep sadness, Christine Day