Pasco Sheriff's Office of Tampa Bay, FL is currently seeking information from the public that will lead to an arrest of suspect(s) in the murder of Carlos Saint Louis. The Pasco Sheriff's Office posted to their Facebook page less than an hour ago, alerting the public of a reward increase from 3k to 8k for tips that will help bring the case to a close. 

Carlos Saint Louis' body was found in a pond in Zephyrhills last week. Pasco County deputies are looking for the car Saint Louis was last seen driving, in the hopes that it will locate Saint Louis' murderers. 

Carlos Saint Louis' vehicle is a 4-door 2015 Chevrolet with a Florida tag #EQS-W64 and the vehicle was last seen on the Polk Parkway in central Florida. Billboards have been posted around Tampa Bayshowing Saint Louis' photo and a picture of his vehicle. 

According to information posted by The Tampa Bay Times, only 5 days ago the reward for tips that lead to an arrest was up to three thousand dollars by Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay. Today, the sheriff's office partnered with Crime Stoppers to offer a reward of eight thousand. 

The police department's post is below:

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Carlos Saint Louis was last seen by his family on February 2nd, before his body was found. His body was discovered in a pond behind a department store and police have been treating the case as suspicious.  

The Florida Association of Crime Stoppers have also tweeted about the investigation, asking for the public's help: 

If you have any information that could help detectives regarding the homicide of Carlos Saint Louis, contact Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay, Inc. at 1-800-873-TIPS. Carlos has traveled through many counties in Florida and has contacts throughout the state.

February 22, 2019

Anyone with information is asked to come forward. You can contact Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay, here on their website,  by calling 1-800-873-TIPS (8477), or by submitting a tip on the P3 Tips mobile app. 

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