JOGGER SHOT AND KILLED!
CrimePAY$ $20,000 Murder Reward TipLine 1-888-755-TIPS (8477)
RAYTOWN, Mo. – The reward in the case of a murdered Raytown man has doubled.
Harry Stone went for his normal morning jog before Sunday morning church services, except he never made it for the service at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church.
Harry was jogging near 67th Street and Blue Ridge Boulevard about 7 a.m. on Mother’s Day, 2012 when he was shot to death in an apparently unprovoked and random act of violence.
Detectives say a dark-colored, four-door sedan pulled by, slowed down, fired several shots at Stone, then pulled off, without ever stopping.
Since then, the community has rallied around his family’s goal to raise money to help in the investigation. This week, police announced the reward for information leading to an arrest in the case has gone from $10,000 to $20,000.
Harry Stone’s widow, Bobbie Stone, says she wants her husband’s killers caught because the senselessness of the crime makes her grief worse.
“It makes it doubly hard to be able to understand the whys and wherefores,” she said. “The result of that has been kind of a multi-pronged grieving process, rather than just grieving the loss of my husband.”
Reward$TV $20,000 Murder Reward TipLine 1-888-755-TIPS (8477)
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