Berkeley police ask community for information on unsolved 2010 murder

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Berkeley Police Department is still looking for information regarding the unsolved murder of Adolfo Ignacio Celedon Bravo, according to a Nixle alert released Wednesday morning.

The alert said there is a $15,000 reward offered for information resulting in the arrest and conviction of the suspects in question.

“Even the smallest detail could prove critical in solving this case,” the alert said.

Today marks the anniversary of Celedon’s murder, who was killed on the morning of Sept. 12, 2010, according to the alert. 

Two male subjects confronted Celedon and his fiance on the intersection of Adeline Street and Emerson Street. The two suspects attempted to rob the couple, and Celedon was shot. The suspects subsequently fled the scene in a “darker older model SUV.”

BPD is asking anyone with information regarding this case to call its Investigations Division—Homicide Detail at (510) 981-5741 or the 24-hour nonemergency number, (510) 981-5900.

Contact Sophia Brown-Heidenreich at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter at @sophiabrownh.