Rewards offered after 2 killings at Michigan candy business - WNEM TV 5

Rewards offered after 2 killings at Michigan candy business

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STERLING HEIGHTS, MI (AP) -

Rewards are being offered for information after two men were fatally shot less than a week apart last year at a suburban Detroit wholesale candy business.

Crime Stoppers this week announced $2,500 rewards for information about each of the deaths at Laith Candy Land in Sterling Heights.

Police say 51-year-old Sufian Saba was found dead Nov. 27. He worked there with his 26-year-old nephew Laith Anki, who was found dead Dec. 2.

Sterling Heights police Chief Dale Dwojakowski has said both victims probably were targeted.

A random shooter is not suspected.

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