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FBI increases reward to $10,000 in Arizona double homicide case

Sep 23, 2020, 6:00 PM
Matthew and Philip Reagan (FBI Photo)...
Matthew and Philip Reagan (FBI Photo)
(FBI Photo)

PHOENIX — The Federal Bureau of Investigation has increased the reward in an unsolved double homicide case that occurred in Arizona in March.

The agency is offering $10,000 for information that helps lead to the arrest of those responsible for the March 21 deaths of brothers Matthew Reagan, 39, and Philip Reagan, 29.

The brothers were traveling from Ohio to California and were passing through the Navajo Nation reservation in Sawmill, Arizona, at the time of their deaths.

The FBI said it appeared the brothers’ car became stuck and they were walking to get help when they were killed.

A medical examiner ruled both deaths as homicide.

No other information regarding the case or cause of death was available.

Anyone with information on the deaths is asked to called the FBI’s Phoenix office at 623-466-1999 or report tips online.

Tips can also be submitted to the Navajo Department of Criminal Investigations at 928-871-7519 or the Apache County Sheriff’s Office at 1-800-352-1850.

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FBI increases reward to $10,000 in Arizona double homicide case