The United States Marshals Service is now offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the whereabouts and arrest of a Camden County man who is wanted for murder in Bridgeton.

The Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office says 21-year-old Tyzir Hall of Clementon, who they previously called "extremely dangerous," is running from the law and should be considered armed.

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Authorities say Hall has been charged with murder for the February 8, 2021, death of 31-year-old Shaheed Little in Bridgeton.

According to a press release,

At approximately 3:43pm on February 8, 2021, Bridgeton Police Department officers were dispatched to 418 South Avenue in the City of Bridgeton for reports of shots fired. Upon arrival, officers learned that numerous shots had been fired and one victim was pronounced deceased on scene. The deceased was identified as Shaheed Little (31) of Sicklerville, NJ. Two others, one male and one female were
also shot but are recovering.

Hall is described as a Black male with brown eyes and black hair, 5' 6" tall, weighing 155 pounds. He should not be approached if spotted.

If you have information on where Hall is, you are asked to contact U.S. Marshal Det. Gregory Austin at (609) 477-8888 or the U.S. Marshal Service at (800) 336-0102. Information may also be shared anonymously on the Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office's website.

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