Police Using YouTube After Ellis Murder

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Updated: 11/07/2013 5:08 pm
State police are using the YouTube website in the hopes of generating leads about the murder of Officer Jason Ellis of Bardstown.

A video about the case has been posted to YouTube. It can be seen here. Commissioner Rodney Brewer says he hopes the video will provide new information about the case.

Someone shot and killed Officer Ellis, ambush style, last May. Rewards in the Ellis case have now reached $185,000.
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