ATLANTA (AP) - Reward money raised for information about who
killed a popular Grant Park bartender has surpassed $20,000.
Atlanta police say robbers shot 27-year-old John Henderson at
Standard Food and Spirits on Jan. 7.
Organizer Rich Chey says a Jan. 28 fundraiser involving 85 local
restaurants raised roughly $45,000. About $23,000 of that will go
to the reward for information in Henderson's death. The rest will
go into the general fund of the Atlanta Police Foundation, a
nonprofit which supports the city police department.
Previously, the largest reward pot in the Crime Stopper Atlanta
tip line's two-year history was $27,500.
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