FBI, Prince William Police, and County Crime Solvers Launch Campaign in the 2014 Murder of Glenda Marisol Coca-Romero
The FBI Washington Field Office, Prince William County Police Department, and Prince William County Crime Solvers announced today a campaign to develop further leads in the 2014 murder of Glenda Marisol Coca-Romero in Woodbridge, Virginia.
Beginning this month, Prince William County Police Department and Prince William County Crime Solvers partnered with Clear Channel to display a billboard on Jefferson Davis Highway between Mt. Pleasant Drive and Dawson Beach Road in Woodbridge seeking any information regarding the murder of Glenda Marisol Coca-Romero, which occurred on the evening of February 21, 2014, at the Platanillos Grocery and Jewelry in Woodbridge, Virginia.
Since the incident, the police department has worked in conjunction with assistance from the FBI Washington Field Office to offer a reward for the arrest and conviction of the individual(s) responsible for this murder. As of February of this year, the reward offered totaled $21,000. This reward includes a reward of up to $1,000 from the Prince William County Crime Solvers. In addition to the reward money, the FBI has offered numerous resources to aid in the investigation. These resources include the utilization of digital ads at area transit shelters throughout Washington, D.C. These digital ads are currently being displayed in concurrence with the larger billboard in Woodbridge.
The Washington Field Office is the second largest field office in the FBI, with responsibility of protecting the nation’s capital from national security and criminal threats. With the responsibility for investigating more than 200 violations of federal law in Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia, the division has an elite force of more than 1,600 special agents, intelligence analysts, language experts, and professional staff. For more information about the Washington Field Office please visit www.fbi.gov/washingtondc.