RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) - A community organization in Rapid City is increasing the amount of reward money offered for information that leads to the arrest and conviction in the death of two men.
Rapid City police say in a news release that The Community Reward Fund is now offering a $6,000 reward for information in the death of 45-year-old Robert Ghostbear or 40-year-old Carl Bordeaux.
The body of Ghostbear was found March 21, 2012. An autopsy determined he died from a blow to the head. Bordeaux was found dead in his apartment in January 2009. His throat had been cut and a phone cord was wrapped around his neck.
Both cases remain open investigations.
The Reward Fund - operated with donations from community businesses and organizations - was established in 1992.