NORRISTOWN PA – Reward money is now being offered in the search for an 30-year-old Harleysville man who authorities say was the alleged shooter Friday afternoon (Sept. 22, 2017) of a Limerick Township woman, apparently in a dispute resulting from a former relationship with her daughter. He fled after the incident and police, in the fourth day of a manhunt, haven’t yet located and captured him.
- Read The Post’s story on the shooting here.
Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele announced Monday (Sept. 25) that his office had authorized a $1,000 reward for information leading to the apprehension of Gregory Feldman, of Montgomery Drive, Harleysville. He is accused of twice shooting the woman, Amy Hermann, 48, and then leaving the scene. The victim was hospitalized.
Feldman has red hair and a light complexion, and according to witnesses was last seen driving a black 2016 Mazda sedan with Pennsylvania license plate KFC-4605. Steele warned that Feldman should be considered “armed and dangerous,” and police earlier advised members of the public not to confront the suspect.
Instead, Steele asked spotters to call 9-1-1, or call tips into either the Montgomery County Detective Bureau, 610-278-3366, or Limerick Township Police, 610-495-7909.
Feldman, when found, so far faces 11 charges that include attempted murder, aggravated assault, robbery, and burglary.
Photos from the Montgomery County District Attorney and Google Images