BOSTON — The FBI today released new photographs and is offering a reward for information leading to the whereabouts of a man suspected in the murder of a Saxonburg police chief.
The FBI's Boston office announced a reward of up to $100,000 for anyone who provides information leading to an arrest or recovery of the remains of Donald Eugene Webb.
Webb is wanted in connection with the murder of Gregory Adams on Dec. 4, 1980. Police believe Adams was beaten and shot to death by Webb while performing a routine traffic stop of Webb.
Police recently had a break in the case when investigators found a hidden room on the other side of a closet in his wife Lillian's house in Dartmouth, Mass.
Among the newly obtained evidence were several photographs of Webb taken in 1979 while on a cruise.
Webb is a white male with brown eyes, according to a news release from the FBI. At the time he fled, he was 5-foot-9, about 165 pounds and had graying brown hair. He may have a small scar on his right cheek and his right forearm. Additionally, he may have the following tattoos: “DON” on the Web of his right hand and “ANN” on his chest.
Webb is a career criminal and master of assumed identities, according to the FBI release. He specialized in the burglary of jewelry stores. He reportedly is allergic to penicillin, a lover of dogs, a flashy dresser and a big tipper.
He would be 85 years old today, but should still be considered armed and dangerous.
Anyone with information is asked to call 1-800-225-5324 or tips.fbi.gov.