Governor Bob Riley is offering rewards of five-thousand dollars to help police solve two separate homicides and a missing person's case.
Two of the murders occurred this summer in Jefferson County.
- On July 15, James McMurrain was found shot to death in front of his house on 40th Place in Fairfield.
- On July 27, Nathaniel Houston was gunned down in his apartment on Hilltop Parkway in Birmingham.
Riley said rewards of five-thousand dollars each are for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible.
If you have information about the Fairfield homicide, please contact Detective Ben Hill at 205-786-5217.
Those with information related to the Birmingham murder may call Detective Cynthia Morrow at 205-254-1764.
In a third case, the governor is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a conviction of those responsible for the disappearance of a Dallas County man.
The victim -- Eric Dewayne Blevins -- has been missing since July 29 of this year. He was last seen leaving the Traveler's Inn in Selma.
Anyone with information concerning Blevins' disappearance is asked to call the Dallas County Sheriff at 334-874-2530 or Selma Police at 334-874-6611.
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