The reward for information about the Rabbittown murder suspects is now $6,000. Thanks for joining us, I’m Carl Brady. Calhoun County Sheriff Matthew Wade says Governor Kay Ivey has approved a $5,000 reward for any information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the Rabbittown double homicide suspects. The 5,000 dollars adds to the $1,000 already offered by the Sheriff’s Office. Wade says they will find the suspects, but still asks for the public’s help. The US Marshals Fugitive Task force is helping in the search for the suspects. Jeffrey Briskey and Rhimington Johnson are wanted in connection with the deaths of Travis Frost and Joshua Moody. Sicondria Carter is also wanted as a person of interest. Anyone with information may call the Sheriff’s Office or Calhoun County Crime Stoppers. Wade credits District Attorney Brian McVeigh for requesting the reward increase, bringing it to a total of $6,000.