Reward to $10,000 for Information in Shooting of Jogger
RAYTOWN (AP) - A reward for information in the shooting death of a Kansas City-area jogger has increased to $10,000.
Contributions from friends, family and private donors have increased the reward in the case of Harry Stone, a 60-year-old Raytown man who died May 13.
Police say he was shot in an apparently random act of violence as he jogged. Investigators suggest the shooting could have been a gang initiation or a dare.
Police are looking for a dark-colored, four-door car with at least two occupants that fled the scene.
Anyone with information should call 816-474-TIPS.