EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. (AP) -- Police in East St. Louis hope a $1,000 reward helps attract leads that will help them solve the 2-year-old unsolved killing of a man outside a nightclub.
Terrell Seay died after being shot in a knee and in the head in the October 2009 gunfire outside Club 2152 in East St. Louis.
Police say the shooting culminated a fight Seay was involved in inside the business. That altercation then spilled outside, and Seay was shot.
St. Louis Regional CrimeStoppers is offering the reward for tips leading to the arrest of anyone responsible for the shooting.