Chicago police increase reward for information on fallen officer's killer
December 29, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- The reward for information leading to the capture of a fallen officer's killer has been increased, the Chicago Police Department announced Saturday.
Saturday marks the first anniversary of officer Clifton Lewis' death. He was shot and killed during a robbery at a convenience store in the West Side.
Officials are now offering $40,000 to anyone who can lead them to the killer.
Two people have been arrested in the case, but the shooter is still believed to be at large.
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