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$100,000 reward in hunt for suspect in killing of Florida officer

By Reuters
11 January 2017   |   4:31 am
Authorities have increased their reward to $100,000 for information leading to the capture of suspect Markeith Loyd in the fatal shooting of a policewoman in Orlando.

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