RIVERSIDE, Calif. (KABC) -- A $10,000 reward has been announced in the case of a man who was shot and killed last month after using an ATM at a bank in Riverside, officials said.
On Tuesday, the Riverside City Council approved the reward for "information leading to the identification and apprehension of person(s) responsible for the murder of Daniel Dean."
Dean, 27, was approached by two suspects about 4:20 a.m. on Sept 1 outside the Chase Bank location at 10355 Magnolia Avenue, according to the Riverside Police Department.
"One of these suspects shot the victim while he was seated in the driver's seat of his locked vehicle," police said in a statement. No arrests have been made.
Dean was newly engaged at the time of the shooting. He is survived by his 2-year-old daughter.
Investigators released a composite sketch of one of the assailants in September. He is described as black, between 19 and 24, 5 feet 9 inches to 6 feet tall, with a thin build and dark, short hair.
Anyone who recognizes the shooter is asked to call Riverside police Detective Jim Brandt at (951) 353-7137 or Detective Mike Medici at (951) 353-7104.
"We kindly ask the public not to identify the suspect publicly through social media," the statement said.
$10,000 reward offered in case of man, 27, fatally shot after using ATM in Riverside
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