Reward Increased In Deadly Drive-By Shooting

LAKE STEVENS, Wash. (AP) — A reward for information in the unsolved killing of a 15-year-old Seattle high school student slain in a drive-by shooting has been increased to $34,000.

Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound said Monday that’s the maximum reward available. Rewards are given for information leading to a suspect’s conviction.

Molly Conley, nicknamed “4.0” for her good grades at Bishop Blanchet High School, was shot in the neck along a road late June 1 in Lake Stevens, where she was out walking with friends. No one has been arrested in the case.


Information from KIRO:

Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.


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