JAMESTOWN – Monday marks the fifth day for local authorities who are searching for a Jamestown Man suspected of shooting and killing 36 year-old Shari Robbins.
Jamestown police offered no new information over the weekend in their search for 36 year-old Keith Robbins. Robbins is wanted in connection to the shooting of Shari Robbins, which took place Nov. 10 just after 9 a.m. on Prospect Street. Police have not released any information into the possible motive behind the shooting.
Robbins is described as a white male, 5 feet-8 inches tall, and weighing about 175 pounds. He has hazel eyes and blond hair and is considered armed and dangerous.
On Friday Jamestown Police Capt. Robert Samuelson announced that police are now offering a $1,000 reward for information that will lead to his whereabouts. Anyone who may have information and wishes to claim the reward is asked to call (716) 867-6161.
People who may have information into the search or know Robbin’ whereabouts can also call Jamestown Police at (716) 483-7537, the anonymous tip line at (716) 483-TIPS, or to call 911.
As a result of the search for Robbins, Jamestown Public Schools and at least two other districts went into lockdown Thursday while classes were taking place. No classes were held on Friday due to Veterans Day. Jamestown schools’ communications coordinator tells WRFA that schools and classes will proceed on their normal routine Monday, being extra vigilant regarding visitors to the schools.