Reward increased to catch attackers of beaten Giants fan Bryan Stow 

The Los Angeles Police Department announced an increased reward Tuesday for information leading to the capture of suspects who brutally attacked Giants fan Bryan Stow on the first game of the season at Dodger Stadium March 31.

At an afternoon press conference, police told the public that the department has 17 detectives on the case and the reward is now $200,000, up from $150,000 after another contribution from the Dodgers.

Stow, a 42-year-old medic and father of two from Santa Cruz, was moved on Monday from USC-Los Angeles County Medical Center to San Francisco General Hospital. He has been in a coma since the incident, and his family has been by his side in L.A.

Hundreds of billboards with suspect descriptions have also gone up across the region in Southern California. The suspects are described as two Latino males in their 20s. Security at Dodger Stadium has been heightened since the incident, which unfortunately came as little surprise to baseball fans who have complained of a threatening tone at the ballpark in recent years.

A central website for Stow’s medical updates and fundraiser events can be found at

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