During the robbery, the shooter demanded Juan fill a duffel bag with money. If you know anyone in the Lancaster, Pa., with a black and yellow duffel bag like this one, call our Hotline.
Police say this unidentifiable bandit fatally shot Juan Lopez DeJesus, and cops desperately need your tips in order to identify him.
Juan loved his community and proved it by lifting spirits through his festive blends of music and his outgoing nature, for example, annually providing less fortunate kids with holiday gifts.
Juan hosted radio shows on WLCH 93.1, dabbling in an assortment of musical blends inspired by his Hispanic culture and Dominican perspective on music.
Juan and Raquel were married Jan. 23, 1996 and eventually opened their own buisness, J&R's Check Cashing-Communication two years later.
This is a picture of the second burglar, who wielded a knife during the robbery.
When Juan wasn't playing tracks in the studio, he made his own on the baseball field with his friends.
Juan and his buddies loved letting loose on the weekends and sometimes attended this roller derby.