Reward increased to $12,000 in unsolved Kansas City homicide
KANSAS CITY (AP) - The reward for information in a shooting death in Kansas City's Power & Light District was increased to $12,000.
The Greater Kansas City Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline was seeking information in the December 2014 death of 27-year-old Nicholas Preuitt of Kearney. The organization announced Monday that the reward was increased by $5,000.
The Kansas City Star reported police said Preuitt was shot in a parking garage of the entertainment district. Police say a dark-colored sports utility vehicle may have been involved in the shooting.
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