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Crime Stopper Pays Up to $ 50,000 For Information That Leads To Arrest In An Unsolved Murder Case

Dallas — Crime Stoppers has increased the compensation provided for information that could lead to arrests and prosecutions in unsolved murders. This is the second time the reward has increased since the shooting took place.

The Dallas Police Department said a 53-year-old Christopher Michael Margin was shot in a vehicle near the westbound LBJ Freeway in front of the southpaw exit ramp around 1 pm on February 11.

According to witnesses, a small silver SUV may have been involved in the shooting. The detective did not provide any other details about the vehicle or the suspect.

Police officials said the investigation was ongoing and the motive was unknown at this time. If you have any information, please contact HomicideDet. Tonya. McDaniel (214-671-4236) or email (tonya.mcdaniel@dallascityhall.com). See case number 025379-2021.

Crime Stopper Pays Up to $ 50,000 For Information That Leads To Arrest In An Unsolved Murder Case

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