SFPD, mother of Aubrey Abrakasa, asks for help in solving the 2006 murder of a teenager; $250,000 reward offered


SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — San Francisco police and the mother of a cold-blooded murder victim are asking for the public’s help in getting justice for her son.

Aubrey Abrakasa Jr., 17, was shot dead at the intersection of Grove and Baker Street in 2006.

His mother and law enforcement have held a small rally in hopes that people with information about his death will come forward.

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

“Our children existed. I want mothers and fathers to know, don’t give up,” said Paulette Brown, Aubrey’s mother. “Don’t abandon your children. I don’t care what they did. Nobody had the right to kill themselves.”

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

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