GLENDALE — Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved Tuesday to extend a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who killed 83-year-old Jean Clinton Roeschlaub in her downtown Glendale condominium more than three years ago.
Supervisors have extended the reward, which was established in January, twice this year, hoping to help Glendale detectives with leads on the cold case.
Clinton Roeschlaub was the co-owner of the historical Clifton’s Brookdale Cafeteria in downtown Los Angeles.
Her slaying has been a mystery to detectives because the crime scene left few clues.
Friends and family were concerned about Clinton Roeschlaub after she failed to show to meetings, so they asked management at her Monterey Island condominium to check on her welfare.