ROSE TOWNSHIP, MI – A reward of up to $13,500 is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the 2016 murder of a female Oakland County jogger.
The Michigan State Police, Metro North Detective Bureau is still actively investigating the homicide of Ally Brueger that occurred on July 30, 2016 at approximately 2 00 PM. Investigation revealed that Ally was jogging in the area of 11240 Fish Lake Road in Rose Township when a unknown person(s) shot her in the back with a shotgun. Ally was known to jog this same route almost daily.
Detectives are looking for any information, no matter how small, from anyone who may have seen Ally jogging that day or anything suspicious in that area during that time period. F/Lt. Michael Shaw stated “The Michigan State Police have received over 200 tips in this investigation, but have not received the one that will solve this case.” Shaw added “So far tips from citizens have led detectives across the country looking for information and possible suspects. Detectives are still working on every tip that comes in to us through our tip line, the family of Ally, crime stoppers and the public and are continuing to work on this investigation daily. This has not become a cold case, and detectives will continue to investigate every lead that comes into us.”
Anyone with any information is being asked to contact the Michigan State Police tip line at 855-MICH-TIP. Crime Stoppers is also offering a reward of up to $13,500.00 for information in this investigation. They can be contacted at 800-SPEAK-UP.