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Reward for Petersburg quad homicide person of interest now $10,500


The person of interest in the recent Petersburg quadruple homicide is now labeled Central Virginia's Most Wanted Fugitive of the Week. Law enforcement agencies across the nation are after 48-year-old Alexander Hill. Investigators believe Hill's involved in the deadly house fire, where four family members of his former girlfriend, were found dead.

The reward over Hill's head has now grown to more than $10,500.  Loved ones of the victims are vowing not to let up until he's found. Meantime, a radio plays constantly outside the home where Pauline Wilkins, her daughter Vicki, granddaughter Missy, and two-year-old great grandson, Deldari, suffered their last moments. Stuffed animals and mementos cover the lawn of the charred home.

Andre Washington Sr., Wilkins' nephew, says he won't give up the chase for the man believed to be connected to the heinous deaths spanning four generations of his family.

"Every day, I come up here (to the home where the homicides occurred). It hurts. It's sad. I feel like I hear (his family members) in there, when they were going through their struggle... crying and hollering, fighting for their life," said Washington.
Police consider Alexander Hill, Jr. violent. Warrants are out for his arrest for assault and breaking a protective order against another sister who lived in the home. FBI agents, border patrols, the U.S. Marshall's Office, Petersburg police, and other agencies stretching multiple states, are on the lookout.

Hill was last spotted in this surveillance footage at a North Carolina Waffle House, just 24 hours after the chilling deaths. He hasn't been seen since.

The family of the victims continues to raise reward money for Hill's capture. 

"I ain't going to give up until they catch him," continued Washington.

The radio will continue to play outside the home, until the family can find some sort of peace, according to Councilman Howard Myers. Myers is helping the family fundraise the reward money.

"It's important to the family to have this man brought to justice, and the community felt the same. So they reached into their pockets and gave all the love that they had to give," said Myers, about the thousands the family has already raised from their neighbors.

If you've seen Alexander Hill anywhere, call Petersburg Crime Solvers at (804) 861-1212. It's anonymous.

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