$5,000 reward offered in deadly Lawrenceville home invasion - New York News

$5,000 reward offered in deadly Lawrenceville home invasion

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Police found 27-year-old Brian Ritzert shot to death inside his Norcross home after a violent robbery early last month. Police found 27-year-old Brian Ritzert shot to death inside his Norcross home after a violent robbery early last month.
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. -

The family of a Lawrenceville man hopes that a $5,000 reward will urge someone to come forward about a deadly home invasion.

Bryan Ritzert's family has offered the reward for information leading to an arrest in his murder.

Police found the 27-year-old shot to death inside his Norcross home after a violent robbery early last month.

The family remembers Ritzert as a man who served his country, worshipped God and loved fishing and football.
    
Anyone with information is asked to call police.

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