Bardstown Mayor Donates 10k For Reward Fund

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Updated: 5/28/2013 11:10 pm
      Bardstown Mayor Bill Sheckles says his city will contribute 10-thousand dollars to the fund setup for anyone with information on who killed Bardstown Police Officer Jason Ellis.

       That fund is now up to more than 32-thousand dollars.

       Police say they have no leads on who ambushed and shot down Officer Ellis.

       Officials did say they now believe Ellis was the target of the shooting all along.

       Ellis' funeral will be held on Thursday.
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