MAPLEWOOD – A reward of up to $ 20,000 will be offered for information that will help solve the mysterious death of a local soccer star who was shot dead on the Columbia High School sports field.
According to Essex County Attorney Theodore N. Stephens II, Former Maplewood Mayor Fred Profeta has written a personal check for $ 10,000 that is tied to a future contribution from Crime Stoppers to obtain information that in the case lead to arrest and conviction.
Eighteen-year-old Moussa Fofana, an eminent Maplewood footballer, was pronounced dead on the night of the 6th
A second male victim treated for non-life-threatening injuries was not named.
“The most important thing is justice for Moussa Fofana,” Profeta said. “We want the person or persons responsible for his murder to be arrested.”
Profeta leads community efforts to raise more money for a reward for Crime Stoppers.
The investigation is handled by the public prosecutor and the local police. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Essex County District Attorney’s Task Force on Murder / Serious Crime at 1-877-847-7432.
Contact the reporter Dino Flammia at [email protected].
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