Announcement of a Reward for Information Concerning the Murder of United States Citizens in San Salvador

July 19, 1985

Today the United States Government announced a reward of up to $100,000 for information leading to the effective prosecution and punishment of those responsible for the murders of six U.S. citizens on June 19, 1985, in San Salvador, El Salvador. Those with information in El Salvador should notify the investigating authorities of the Salvadoran Government. Those with information in the United States should notify the Office of Security, Department of State. Those with information in any other country should notify the nearest U.S. Embassy. Information received will be handled on a confidential basis, and the identities of informants will be protected. Officers or employees of any governmental organization who furnish information while in performance of official duties are not eligible for the reward.