Officer Lewis Reward up to $40,000
- The reward for information related to the death of a Chicago police officer last year has been increased, Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy announced today.
The Chicago Police Memorial Foundation is offering $40,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction, as police continue to search for at least one other individual they believe was involved in the fatal shooting of Officer Clifton Lewis on Dec. 29, 2011.
The reward previously had been set at $33,000.
$40-grand ought to shake something loose.
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