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WWE Legend Rikishi Seeks Assistance in Investigation of His Niece's Murder

WWE Hall of Famer Rikishi is seeking assistance in the shooting death of his 16-year-old niece earlier this summer.

Rikishi, whose real name is Solofa Fatu Jr., shared a crime bulletin flier on his verified social media accounts from the San Francisco Police Department offering a $50,000 reward in the slaying of Jaedah Tofaeono.

"Need your help. They murdered my niece in the Bay Area," Rikishi tweeted, asking his followers to help spread the word.

Several other wrestlers also shared the crime bulletin on their verified social media accounts, including Rikishi's sons, WWE SmackDown Tag-Team Champions Jimmy and Jey Uso.

Tofaeono was shot on Bertha Lane in the Bayview neighborhood of San Francisco on Friday, July 30, at approximately 6:45 p.m., according to the SFPD crime bulletin.

An adult female was also wounded in the shooting incident.

San Francisco Police have authorized a $50,000 reward for information leading to the identification, arrest, and conviction of the suspect(s) responsible for the 16-year-old's death.

Anyone with information regarding the case is advised to contact Sgt. Nico Discenze #485 of the San Francisco Police Department Homicide Detail at 1-(415)-554-9069 during business hours, the SFPD 24-Hour Tip Line at 1-(415)-575-4444 or via text message to Text-A-Tipat TIP411 by beginning the message with SFPD.

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