Gov. Greg Abbott announced the Governor’s Public Safety Office is offering a $10,000 reward for information about “the person or persons involved” in the shooting at the Round Rock Juneteenth celebration that killed two women and injured 14 others, according to police.

Round Rock police identified Lyndsey Vicknair, 33, and Ara Duke, 54, as the victims of Saturday’s shooting. Vicknair was a mother of three and an attorney at an Austin law firm; Duke was an educational administrator at an Austin school and a soon-to-be grandmother. Both women were attending the Juneteenth celebration at Old Settlers Park, when an altercation between two groups turned deadly, Round Rock police said. Vicknair and Duke suffered fatal gunshot wounds, dying at the scene, a police spokesperson previously said.

Two people were killed and 14 injured in a shooting Saturday night at Old Settlers Park during the Round Rock Juneteenth Festival.

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“Cecilia and I are deeply saddened by the horrific tragedy this past weekend that took the lives of two innocent Texans and injured 14 other victims at a Juneteenth celebration in Round Rock,” Abbott said in a statement. “Texas is deploying our full support to local law enforcement to ensure those involved in this heinous crime are found and brought to justice. I encourage Texans with information relating to this crime to call the Texas Crime Stoppers hotline or submit an anonymous tip online. With your help, we will capture these criminals and put them behind bars.”

Williamson County Crime Stoppers and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives previously announced they are each offering $5,000 rewards. With Abbott’s announcement, the reward money totals $20,000.

At a news conference Sunday, Round Rock Police Chief Allen Banks described the gunman as 19 or 20 years old and 5 feet 7 inches, with short dreadlocks. He was last seen wearing a white hoodie. He is believed to be “armed and dangerous,” Banks said.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Texas Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-252-TIPS (8477) or submit tips online to the Texas Department of Public Safety’s tip form.