Reward offered in murder of Detroit man

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DETROIT – Steven Hill was a father, a brother and a tutor whose killers remain at large.

Hill, 26, was murdered after he left his grandparents’ home on Dec. 1, 2016.

He left the home with an unknown individual around 6 p.m. but never returned. Detectives informed his grandparents that he was killed around 10:10 p.m. by two gunmen in the 17000 block of Snowden Street on Detroit’s west side.

Hill was passionate about basketball. He also tutored college students, and studied business and accounting. He leaves behind 3-year-old Monroe Hill and two sisters, Shalyse and Imani Hill.

Crime Stoppers of Michigan is offering up to $4,000 for information that leads to those involved in Hill’s death. Anonymous tips can be made by calling 800-SPEAK-UP or visiting the Crime Stoppers website, 1800speakup.org.

About Crime Stoppers of Michigan

Crime Stoppers is the largest crime fighting organization in the world operating in 22 countries. Crime Stoppers of Michigan (CSM) operates in Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne counties.  The mission of CSM is to empower people to make their neighborhoods, schools, and businesses safer through anonymous reporting of crimes.  The CSM tip line (1-800-SPEAK-UP) was created for citizens to anonymously report information about a crime. As an incentive, tipsters can receive a cash reward if their information leads to an arrest. 

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