Shooting Victim’s Family Pleads For Killer To Come Forward
PENN HILLS (KDKA) – Calvonne Rollins was gunned down on May 11th in Penn Hills, less than a month shy of his 21st birthday.
Police have identified his killer – 21-year old Frank Booker – but, up until now, have been unable to find him.
“I would just like this young man who killed Calvonne to come forward and be responsible for his actions,” Rollin’s dad, Pastor Oliver Coleman, of Duquesne, told KDKA-TV.
“We just want some type of closure, if he [Booker] would just come forward and turn himself in,” the victim’s aunt, Florence Rollins, said.
The night of the shooting, Rollins was in his car, with three other people, including a small child, but, no one else was wounded.
Pittsburgh Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to a thousand dollars for information leading to an arrest and conviction.
The Crime Stoppers number is 412-255-8477.
Booker is described as armed and dangerous. He’s known to frequent Penn Hills and Homewood.