Reward offered in flight attendant murder case 

Individuals with knowledge about the mysterious Christmas Eve homicide of a United Airlines flight attendant in Daly City could find themselves $5,000 richer if their information helps solve the case.

Daly City detectives are still looking for answers to the riddle that unfolded after residents reported shots fired on Partridge Avenue between Schwerin and Oriente streets just after 2 a.m. Dec. 24.

Alexis Nuevo, 44, a San Diego father of two who kept an apartment in Daly City for breaks in his work schedule as a flight attendant, was found dead of multiple gunshot wounds inside his car with the doors locked and wearing his seat belt. The car, which was running and in reverse, had backed into a tree. Neighbors reported seeing a dark figure running from the scene.

The Carole Sund/Carrington Foundation, a Central Valley nonprofit formed after the murders of Modesto mother Carole Sund, her daughter Juli and Italian exchange student Silvina Pelosso, will announce today a reward for $5,000 for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for Nuevo’s death.

Nuevo was last seen alive at the Seven-Mile House bar and restaurant on Bayshore Boulevard near Geneva Avenue

"This case needs the public’s help to get solved so we’re asking everyone to please come forward and help," said Shelly Streeter, a victim advocate for the foundation.

Those with information should call the police at (650) 991-8119.

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