Crimestoppers offering £10,000 for information on killers of Bromley dad Danny Pearce
PUBLISHED: 11:18 16 August 2017
Anyone who provides information that leads to a conviction will receive payment
A potential £10,000 reward is being offered to anyone who can provide information on the killers of Bromley dad and local non-league footballer, Danny Pearce.
The 31-year-old was stabbed after a night out with his girlfriend and friends at a jazz club in Greenwich, when thieves demanded he had over his Rolex watch and he refused.
Mr Pearce, was fatally stabbed by the two men on a moped in the early hours of Saturday, July 15. The attack occurred whilse the victim was making his way to a parked car on King William Walk shortly after 12.15am.
Officers attended the scene and found Mr Pearce suffering from stab wounds. Despite the efforts of the London Ambulance Service, he was pronounced dead at the scene.
The Met’s Homicide and Major Crime Command are continuing to investigate.
Now charity, Crimestoppers, is providing the potential payment of up to £10,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for the murder of Mr Pearce.
Roger Critchell, director of operations at Crimestoppers, said: “To knife someone in the neck for a Rolex watch is unthinkable, as is the impact of this murder on those Danny has left behind. These ruthless perpetrators must be found before they strike again.
“I’m certain that someone, somewhere will know this pair and if you’re too worried to speak directly to the police, our Crimestoppers charity will take your information 100 per cent annonymously. Call us, or use our non-traceable online form to tell us who these men are and you could be entitled to a reward, but only if it leads to their arrest and conviction. If you know who and where these moped riders are, please do the right thing and let us know.”
Information passed directly to police will not qualify. The reward will only apply to informayion passed to Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111 or via the non-traceable anonymous online form.
Alternatively anyone that can assist the investigation can contact the police’s incident room on 020 8721 4005, or police via 101 or Twitter @MetCC.