There's been another increase in the reward offered for information in the murder of the Panhandle Converter and Scrap Company's chief operating officer.
Perry Griffin was shot on Tuesday during an armed robbery.
Additional donations have been made to the reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction in the case.
Georgia Griffin, the 7-year-old daughter of the murder victim, emptied her piggy bank and is donating $34.50 to help find who killed her daddy.
Knights Automotive and Wrecker Service, an Ashford business, is adding $500 in reward money.
This brings the total reward being offered to $17,534 and 50 cent.
Also America's Most Wanted is offering their assistance in the search for two men who murdered Griffen in their website.
Anyone with information should call Crimestoppers at 793-7000.