Reward offered in La Crosse double homicide
LA CROSSE, Wis. - The reward for information leading to an arrest in a photography store double homicide is growing.
Sherri Petras opened an account, following the death of her husband, 56 year old Paul Petras, and son, 19 year old A.J. Petras, in her husband's store and would like to see the reward fund grow to $100-thousand.
Father and son were shot to death inside May's Photo on September 15th at 2pm, right around the same time that the store closes.
As of Friday, the account had $6-thousand in it, and police have made no arrests.
Mark Schneider who says he knew Paul Petras since grade school plans to add money to the account and hopes others will too.