Memphis authorities have increased the reward for tips that lead to an arrest in a fatal shooting that occurred nearly a year ago.
Dennis Miller, 33, was shot Oct. 20, 2012, at 1106 Marlin Road in Memphis, police said. Police found Miller lying outside; he was taken by ambulance to The Med, where he died.
Investigators think two men in their 30s armed with handguns forced their way into the home and shot Miller. One attacker was thin and one had a stocky build, police said.
Memphis police said that, while they've followed a number of leads, they need the public's help to crack the case. To mark the first anniversary of the death, police said, Miller's family has increased the reward for information that leads to solving the crime; total awards now amount to $3,000, police said.
Police ask those with information to call Memphis Crime Stoppers at (901) 528-2274, submit a tip at http://www.528cash.org/ or text the keyword AWARD to 274637.