$5,000 offered to find Seattle community leader’s killer

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SEATTLE (AP) — Four gun-rights groups have offered $4,000 in addition to the CrimeStoppers of Puget Sound’s $1,000 reward to find the person or people responsible for killing a Seattle community leader last week.

Donnie Chin, known for patrolling and protecting the streets of the city’s International District for decades was found dead in Chinatown International District Thursday.

The Seattle Times reports that the Washington Arms Collectors, Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, the Second Amendment Foundation and Protect Our Gun Rights issued a joint news release Tuesday announcing the additional reward.

Police spokesman Sgt. Sean Whitcomb says they do not have any update on their search for a man who picked up bullet casings outside the crime-scene tape where Chin was shot.

Officers are seeking the public’s help finding the man.

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