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Police announce cash reward for information on murder of Indian Americans

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Mother and son were found dead inside their home in Northern Virginia on January 31.

The Loudoun County police have announced a cash reward for information related to the murder of two Indian Americans in Aldie, VA, in the Loudoun County, in suburban Washington, DC.

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office said anyone with information possibly related to the murder of Mala Manwani, 65, and her son Rishi Manwani, 32 and wishing to remain anonymous can contact Loudoun Crime Solvers.

“If the information leads to an arrest and indictment, the caller is entitled to a cash reward,” a statement issued by the County Sheriff’s office said.

Mala and Rishi Manwani were found dead inside their home in the 25000 block of Tomey Court in Aldie on January 31. The bodies were found in separate rooms and had multiple bullet injuries.

Rishi Manwani (Courtesy of Facebook)

The police found the bodies when they checked the residence of the family after they were notified on Wednesday by the mother’s co-worker that she had not come to work this week.

According to Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office, they “appear to have died from gunshot wounds.” The police suspect that the murder was related to potentially-criminal activity that was going on in the residence.

Investigators are also checking for outdoor footage from the surveillance camera of neighbors for finding a clue to unlock the mystery behind the murder. However, the police have rejected any possible threat to the public since they consider it as a targeted murder happened inside the house.