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FBI Offers $20K Reward for Info on Virginia Double Slaying

The Nguyens were shot and killed in the middle of the night Nov. 7

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    FBI Offers $20K Reward After 2018 Murder of Va. Father, Son

    The FBI and Fauquier County Sheriff's Office are asking the public for help months after a mysterious double murder. A father and son were found dead in their home last November. News4's Julie Carey reports. (Published Tuesday, June 18, 2019)

    The FBI is offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible for the double slaying of a father and son in Virginia last year.

    The bureau's Washington Field Office and the Fauquier County Sheriff's Office announced the reward Tuesday as they continue to investigate the shooting deaths of Duong and America Nguyen in the Bealeton home.

    The Nguyens were shot and killed in the middle of the night Nov. 7. Duong Nguyen was 61. His son was 22.

    Police previously canvassed the neighborhood and handed out flyers to motorists near Calverton hoping to find someone who saw anything unusual.

    Virginia Family Hopes for Break in Killing of Father Son

    [DC] Virginia Family Hopes for Break in Killing of Father Son

    Two months since a father and son were mysteriously shot to death in their Fauquier County home, the mother and daughter are telling their story In hopes it will prompt new clues for investigators. Northern Virginia Bureau Chief Julie Carey reports on their plea for help.

    (Published Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019)

    The two other members of the household, My and Virginia Nguyen, were visiting a sick family member in Vietnam at the time of the killings. The grieving mother and daughter feared for their safety after the mysterious attack.

    “My husband a very good guy, and he worked so hard for my family,” My Nguyen said. “And my son, he very good boy. I don’t know what happened.”

    Anyone with information on the case is asked to contact the FBI Washington Field Office .

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