$10K reward offered for 3 wanted in BK double murder

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Ana Delvalle, 62, was found dead inside of her apartment with a gunshot wound to her head and her hands tied behind her back. Ana Delvalle, 62, was found dead inside of her apartment with a gunshot wound to her head and her hands tied behind her back.
BUSHWICK -

New surveillance video of three men connected to a double murder in Brooklyn has been released by investigators who are now offering a $10,000 reward for their arrests.

The video shows three men inside the hallway of the Bushwick Houses on May 13, 2018 just before the death of a man and woman inside of the building.

Basil Gray, 54 and Ana Delvalle, 62, were both found shot to death inside their apartments, according to police.

Both Gray and Delvalle were neighbors and lived in separate units right next to one another.

Delvalle was found inside of her 5C apartment with a gunshot to her head and her hands bound behind her back, officials say.

Gray was discovered inside of his 5B apartment dead with multiple gunshot wounds.

Police released the video nearly five months after the incident and are offering a $10,000 reward leading to the arrests and conviction of the men seen in the video. 

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS.

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