COACHELLA (AP) — Authorities say a reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a suspect involved in a possible hate crime at a Southern California mosque.
Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputy Armando Munoz said Friday that the Islamic Society of the Coachella Valley and Crime Stoppers are offering up to $12,000 for information leading to an arrest.READ MORE: MLB Honors Shohei Ohtani With Commissioner’s Historic Achievement Award
Munoz says no arrests have been made in the investigation of gunshots fired at the mosque a month ago.READ MORE: Only On 2: Elvira, Mistress Of The Dark On Her New Book
The building in the city about 25 miles east of Palm Springs was occupied when shots rang out before dawn, but no one was injured.MORE NEWS: Orange County Parents Protest Vaccine Mandates At School Board Meeting
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