A reward of up to $50,000 is being offered for information on the murders of a Brooklyn woman and her neighbor, who were both found dead in their apartments in 2018 in what investigators believe is a linked case they have yet to be able to solve.

The FBI’s New York office and the NYPD Metro Safe Streets Task Force jointly announced the reward Tuesday as they look to the public once again for help solving the mystifying killings of Ana Delvalle and Basil Gray on Moore Street in mid-May 2018.

Family members discovered Delvalle dead on May 11 of that year. She was 62. Gray, who lived in the apartment next door, was found two days later by his family. He was 54.

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