Armored car robbers sought

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FBI increases reward for information in fatal Houston armored car robbery.

(KPRC) The Houston, Texas area is leading the nation in armored car robberies, but the latest resulting in the death of Brinks armored guard Alvin Kinney, a beloved husband and father, has ignited and shocked the community over the tactics and level of violence displayed by a group of killers who remain at large.

FBI investigators say the veteran Brinks guard never stood a chance as the masked and armed assailants ambushed and executed Kinney in broad daylight.

A Brinks armored guard team was making a delivery at the Capital One Bank, around 2:10 p.m. on February 12th. As Kinney was returning to his vehicle, at least three armed assailants wearing body armor and face-shield masks approached Kinney and opened fire without any verbal warning. The gunmen fired at both Kinney and his partner, fatally shooting Kinney.

A digital billboard campaign launched Monday offering up to a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and identification of the masked gunmen and any others who took part in the robbery and shooting of Kinney.

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