FBI searching for Boston Chinatown Massacre suspect 30 years later, offer $30G reward

January 13, 2021 at 18:50

The FBI is now offering a $30,000 reward for information leading to the capture of a Boston quintuple murder suspect who investigators say was "known to like flashy cars, spending money, and sipping cognac."
The Vietnamese national was last spotted in Thailand in the 1990s and, to this day, the motive for the execution-style attack remains unclear, according to the FBI.
"As alleged, this cold-blooded killer has been on the run for 30 years, and we’re hoping this reward will incentivize anyone with information on Pham’s whereabouts to come forward," FBI Boston Special Agent in Charge Joseph Bonavolonta said in a statement.
"We will not rest until Pham has been held accountable."
FBI CONSIDERS ADDING CAPITOL RIOTERS TO NO-FLY LISTThe FBI describes Pham as now being 60 years old and has released an age-progression image of him in its latest wanted poster.
At the time of the murders, authorities say Pham was an associate of the Ping On crime syndicate with connections to Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco, and Toronto.
"He stood about 5 feet 3 inches tall and was known to like flashy cars, spending money, and sipping cognac," the bureau adds.
Pham is wanted by the U.S. on five counts of murder and one count each of armed assault with intent to murder, conspiracy and carrying a firearm without a license.
They were later sentenced to multiple life terms after being extradited to the U.S. for trial.
Pham, meanwhile, was last seen on American soil in New York City, boarding a flight to Hong Kong following the killings, according to the FBI.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPDuff adds that any piece of information is valuable for investigators.
"Just because someone doesn't know where he is right now doesn't mean that where he was a year or two ago wouldn't be helpful to us," he said.