Reward Increased for Information on Florida Bingo Hall Shooting

Reward Increased for Information on Florida Bingo Hall Shooting

Written by: Glo Wood on 01/03/2013 23:20

The reward has been increased for information on the murder of a grandmother who was shot and killed outside a Jacksonville bingo hall.

The Naval Criminal Investigative Service has boosted the reward by $2,500 as the victim, Kim Hua Flournoy, was the widow of a retired Marine. The total reward has now reached $25,000.

Flournoy, 65, gunned down in the parking lot of TNT Bingo in Jacksonville, FL on December 30, 2012. She was on her way inside the building when she was shot and investigators suspect that she was the victim of an armed robbery.

The incident was caught on the security camera and the shooter is shown with a gun in hand. The suspect ran off and jumped into a white or silver Dodge or Chrysler four-door sedan, possibly a late model Dodge Avenger according to police.

Flournoy had just turned 65 days before the incident. She left behind two adult children and one grandchild.

"The ongoing investigation of the shooting death of Ms. Flournoy has involved a team of detectives who continue to conduct interviews and process forensic evidence collected in the case," said Public Safety Director Mike Yaneiro. "They have and will continue to follow any and all leads. We ask that anyone with information to contact Jacksonville Police or Crimestoppers."

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