Bryan Stow: Over 200 Billboards Raised in Los Angeles to Help Find Atttackers
Bryan Stow Remains in Coma But Search for Attackers Step Up
The search continues for the two men who brutally beat San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow at a Dodgers parking lot on opening day.
Since that tragic day, Stowe has remained in a coma, beaten to the brink of death and there's plenty of uncertainty to surrounding his recovery. Today, billboard company Lamar Advertising Co. put up over 200 billboards in Los Angeles with sketches of the two men who beat up Stow and offered a $100,000 reward for any information that would lead to their arrest.
Los Angeles police detective P.J. Morris told the Santa Cruz Sun Sentinel:
I think it's a great thing that this company's doing this. I think it will certainly generate more people calling. Anything out there that can generate interest in the public, the better.
It was a very classy move by the billboard company, who plans to add another 100 signs in the next week.
What those two men did to Stowe was motivated by pure hate and lack of respect for the life of another human being. Hopefully someone step up with information because those two attackers need to be brought to justice
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