Scottsdale police offer reward for information on Feldman homicide

In the ongoing homicide investigation of Allison Feldman, the Scottsdale Police Department has announced the posting of a reward to the Silent Witness website.

Allison Feldman

Allison Feldman

Ms. Feldman, 31, was assaulted in her home in the 8500 block of E. Monterey Way. The incident occurred Tuesday, Feb. 17 and into the early morning of Wednesday, Feb. 18.

Evidence suggests the subject left Ms. Feldman’s home at approximately 1 a.m. Wednesday morning, according to investigators. Therefore, the subject must have been unaccounted for late Tuesday evening until after 1 a.m. Wednesday morning.

Police say the subject may not always be violent, but could become violent when confronted. He likely suffered minor cuts or injuries to his arms or hands while struggling with Ms. Feldman.

The subject also stole a few items from the home, mainly an Apple iPhone 6 and credit cards. Police think the subject may also have taken a Tiffany bracelet and other jewelry.

Investigators ask anyone who observed a man with a Tiffany bracelet, or any women who may have been given a Tiffany bracelet within the last month to contact the Scottsdale Police Department.

Investigators say they do have physical evidence to positively identify the subject, and to exclude anyone not involved. They ask citizens to consider any male who may fit the above description, regardless of age, whether he may be a family member, neighbor or acquaintance.

Anyone with information on the case is asked to contact Silent Witness at W-I-T-N-E-S-S (480-948-6377), or toll-free at 800-343-TIPS. Information may also be left at www.silentwitness.org or www.tipsoft.com. All information is anonymous.

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