A reward has been offered for information on the slaying of a Dallas man shot over the weekend.
Press Release Service – Wired PR News – Authorities in Dallas have decided to significantly increase the reward offered for information on the slaying of a computer vendor over the weekend. As reported by the Dallas Morning News, Crime Stoppers and Schepps Dairy are offering a combined $15,000 reward for information that will help solve the killing of Herbert Orsburn, who was shot in Dallas’ West End.
Orsburn, a 51 year-old computer vendor, was reportedly killed around 2:30 a.m. under Woodall Rogers Freeway. Authorities stated Sunday that the reward offered for information linked to his death has been increased to $15,000 from $5,000.
Lt. Craig Miller is quoted in the report as stating of what he deemed a senseless slaying, “At this point I believe it to be a random crime… We are still talking to people who were there that night.”
As noted by the Dallas Morning News, those with information are asked to call the Dallas Police Department’s homicide unit at 214-671-3661.
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