CID increases reward for info on Vilseck soldier's death
The Army’s Criminal Investigation Command has increased its reward for information leading to the apprehension and conviction of the person responsible for the death of Spc. Brian P. Thomas, who was assigned to a unit at Vilseck, Germany.
The initial $5,000 reward for information leading to the identification, apprehension and conviction of the person responsible for Thomas’ death has been upped to $25,000.
Thomas’ body was found Nov. 25 in the Danube River near the Regensburg power plant. He had been missing since Oct. 18 when he was last seen at the Qu-Club, a Regensburg nightclub frequented by U.S. military personnel and local nationals, according to an investigation command news release.
According to the release, Thomas, who was assigned to Troop F, 4th Cavalry Regiment, was involved in a fight with an unidentified male before leaving the club on foot.
Anyone with information about Thomas’ death should contact the Grafenwöhr Criminal Investigation Command office at 475-7339 or 475-8381 or civilian 09641-83-7339 or 09641-83-8381.