Cleveland city officials have doubled the reward money for any information in connection with the fatal stabbing death of Aliza Sherman.
The reward was increased from $50,000 to $100,000 due to an anonymous donation. Crime Stoppers is handling the reward and it is the biggest ever in Cuyahoga County.
Sherman, 53, and a mother of four children was stabbed 11 times in broad daylight on March 24, 2013, while on her way to her divorce attorney’s office behind the Galleria on East 9th Street.
She was in the middle of a vicious divorce at the time of her murder.
Surveillance video of the attacker was released a day after the stabbing. The person was wearing all black and last seen running away near E. 13th Street.
Police said Sherman's case is cold but it's not closed.
Investigators saying it's frustrating that they have a video of the murderer, but not enough evidence to take this case to the grand jury.
Deputy Chief Ed Tomba said Moore does not appear to be connected to his former client's death.
"He does have a connection to her, he was her attorney, he was the reason she was downtown that day," he said. "But as far as connecting him as a suspect to this crime, we don't have the evidence to do that."
Anyone with information should Crime Stoppers at (216) 252-7463.