Get Justice 4 Aya Nakaro!

Get Justice 4 Aya Nakaro!
Get justice 4 Aya Nakaro!
He was driving along when and then
A vehicle hit Aya’s car and then
A suspect got out of his car and shot Aya.
And he was fatally wounded.
Two unidentified individuals then fled the scene.
Who are they and where are they?

Get Justice 4 Aya Nakaro!

Get Justice 4 Aya Nakaro! Aya Nakaro is a murder victim. His body was found on June 12, 2013. The FBI is offering a reward of up to $25,000 for information. This reward is for information leading to the identification, arrest, and prosecution of those responsible for the death of
Aya Nakano. The Oakland Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are asking for the public’s assistance. They seek the public’s assistance in identifying the two individuals responsible for the homicide of Aya Nakaro in Oakland, California. On June 12, 2013, around 11 P.M., Aya Nakano, one hour away from his 23rd birthday, was driving to his home in Emeryville, California.

At the intersection of Stanford Avenue and Market Street in Oakland, California, Nakano’s vehicle was hit. A a silver four-door sedan with tint on the rear
rear windows, is responsible for this incident. Nakano stopped near the intersection of Stanford Avenue and Market Street in Oakland. The suspects also stopped. They exited the silver sedan and shot Nakano, fatally wounding him. The suspects then left the scene in the silver sedan.

Get Justice 4 Aya Nakaro!

Aya Nakaro is a minority murder victim. Missing persons searches are unequal. And in the same way, the search for justice for crime victims, including murder victims, is unequal. Yes, crime victim awareness is also unequal. In my Facebook searches, no results came up on behalf of Aya Nakaro. It seems that no one has ever heard of this murder victim. An Internet search turned up only one or two results. On the other hand, many other murder victims rightfully get massive attention and resources. All missing persons are equally important. And in the same way, all murder victims are equally important. But, of course, they are not treated that way. This murder victim deserves justice and to be remembered. His loved ones yearn for answers and justice as much as any family. At this point, there are no answers or justice.

Someone (s) knows who is responsible for this crime! Do you have any information that can identify the unknown suspects responsible for this crime? If you have any information, there are multiple contact options below.

Get Justice 4 Aya Nakaro!
Contact Information

You can contact the FBI tip line: 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324). You can leave an online tip at: this webpage. OR You can contact your local FBI office. You can also contact FBI International Offices.
You may contact the San Francisco Field Office at: (415) 553-7400. Or you may contact the Oakland, California, Police Department at (510) 238-7950,

The above image is courtesy of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.


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