$20,000 reward offered for information on the shooting of Corey Harrell Jr.

DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) — Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities is offering a $20,000 reward for information about the murder of 22-year-old Corey Harrell Jr., 22, in October 2018.

According to police, the 22-year-old was shot and killed on October 31, 2018, while driving his vehicle in front of Moline City Hall.

No arrests have been made, Crime Stoppers said. The family and the police demand justice.

According to Moline police, they have three persons of interest, Alonzo Cole, 24, Thomas Elijah-Hughes, 22, and Preston Orr, 26.

According to Moline police, they have three persons of interest, Alonzo Cole, 24, Thomas Elijah-Hughes, 22, and Preston Orr, 26.(KWQC/Crime Stoppers)

Moline police are asking for more information about the case. The shooting took place in broad daylight, police said. There were people around who might have seen something.

Crime Stoppers said if you saw something but didn’t say anything, please come forward now.

Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities is offering its maximum reward of $2,500 with an additional $17,500 in donations raised by those involved, according to Crime Stoppers. The additional $17,500 reward is available through December 31.

Police are asking anyone with information to “do the right thing” and call the Crime Stoppers tip line at 309-762-9500 or submit your tip using the app Free P3 Tips. All tips are anonymous.

Corey’s family will hold a walk of remembrance at 10 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 31, in the City Hall area of ​​Moline.

Mark M. Gagnon