San Francisco, California – The police department in San Francisco is offering a reward of one hundred thousand dollars for information that may lead to an arrest in a cold case that has been open for twenty-one years.
Investigators have spent the better part of the last two decades looking for the person responsible for the murder of Paula Brien.
On June 18, 2001, the body of Brien, who was 25 years old, was discovered near 455 Harriet Street.
The last time she was seen was in a red vehicle with a man near 6th Street and Mission Street. The man she was accompanied by was described as a 5’ 11″ to 6’ tall white man with a strong build.
If you have any information about this crime, you are asked to call the San Francisco Police Department’s Homicide Cold Case Investigator Daniel Cunningham at 1-415-553-9515, Investigator Daniel Dedet at 1-415-553-1450, Sgt. Alan Levy at 1-415-553-9245, or the Department Operations Center (DOC) at 1-415-553-1071.