Three months after someone shot and killed a Kentucky police officer, the person responsible is still on the loose, and the FBI is hoping a lot of reward money will break the case.
Back in May, police found 33-year-old Officer Jason Ellis shot outside his patrol car. He worked for the Bardstown Police Department, in central Kentucky.
Police say there was no radio communication, indicating Ellis was in trouble.
He was trying to remove some debris from a highway exit ramp.That's when someone snuck up and shot him multiple times with a shotgun.
Ellis left behind a wife and two young sons.
Now the FBI says it is offering a $50,000 reward for information that leads to the conviction of the shooter.
Anyone with information is asked to call the FBI at (502) 263-6000.