Cash Reward of $100,000 Offered for Information about the Death of Mitzie Galimidi – UPDATED
The reward for Information about the Death of Mitzie Galimidi Increased to $100,000
On October 19, 2018, a former resident of Southwest Louisiana and businessman Yossi Gallo offered a $25,000 cash reward for any information leading to the arrest of the person or people responsible for the death of Mitzie Galimidi.
Gallo has now increased the reward to $100,000.
The following was posted by Yossi Gallo on January 11, 2019, on his Facebook account:
There are two redactions due to foul language.
$100,000 Cash for information on who killed my wife and set her on fire. Calcasieu sheriffs office doesn’t care enough to find out and I can’t live anymore with these questions storming my mind. You can remain Anonymous!!!
I’ll make sure you never need to work a day of your life and I’ll even give you a car and a job if you need. I’m on my knees begging you, someone knows. This monster could be saying hello to you or your kids every morning please come forward with Info. [redacted] YOU DEROSIER & MANCUSO 2 [redacted]!!!
A screenshot of the post can be found below:
Information about the original post offering a $25,000 reward can be found below.
A former resident of Southwest Louisiana and businessman Yossi Gallo is offering a $25,000 cash reward for any information leading to the arrest of the person or people responsible for the death of Mitzie Galimidi.
Below is the text from a recent social media post from Mr. Gallow.
$25,000 CASH REWARD
For any information leading to the arrest of who did this horrible act to Mitzie Galimidi.
Mitzie was last seen in front of Center Stage on Ryan street in Lake Charles.
She did not overdose!! Her body was found in Cameron parish severely burned, its obvious someone was trying to hide evidence.
Whoever did this is not a human, and someone knows and has information but is just scared to come forward. If you know something I’ll make it worth your time!!
Cameron Parish Sheriff’s office
Then message me!! $25,000 no questions asked….
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