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By Alex Groves
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Temecula City Council extends reward for information in slaying of popular guitar store employee

 

Last updated 4/19/2018 at 5:03pm

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The Temecula City Council, Tuesday, April 10, extends a reward for information leading to a suspect or suspects in the death of Larry Robinson, a music instructor and performer who was fatally beaten during a robbery at an Old Town Front Street music store.

The Temecula City Council voted Tuesday, April 10, to extend a $25,000 reward for information or evidence leading to an arrest or conviction in the slaying of a well-known guitar store employee.

The council voted unanimously to extend the reward for Larry Robinson for another three years at the request of Mayor Matt Rahn.

The reward was established in April 2013 after a group of people who knew Robinson attended a city council meeting and urged the council to create one for $10,000.

Two weeks later the reward for $25,000 was approved to obtain information leading to a suspect in the "hor...



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