Crime Stoppers Reward Offered In Unsolved Vancouver Murder

VANCOUVER, Wash. — Vancouver Police has partnered with Crime Stoppers to help to solve the August 2021 homicide of 19-year-old Tyler Harris.

On August 29th, police responded to NE 50th Court near 34th Street after a resident in an apartment complex heard a loud noise and saw their neighbor lying in the doorway.  Police found Harris dead from a gunshot wound.

Two women and a man were seen on surveillance video knocking on Tyler’s door moments before.

One of the women is wearing dark-colored leggings with a red and white Fila logo on the side.  The other is also wearing dark-colored leggings that stop at her knee.  Her hoodie possibly had the Washington State Cougars logo on it.

The man was wearing distinctive Nike shoes that are white and black on the front; orange and yellow at the back.

Crime Stoppers of Oregon offers cash rewards of up to $2,500 cash for information reported to Crime Stopper, that leads to an arrest in any unsolved felony crime and tipsters can remain anonymous.

More about: