Canyon County officials have released surveillance photos and video of two men they believe shot and killed 25-year-old Chris Reese earlier this week while he worked the overnight shift at Jackson’s in Notus.

“This is a public threat," said Canyon County sheriff Kieran Donahue. "We need to get them off the street." “We believe these two individuals...are extremely dangerous -- a young man has lost his life at the hands of these individuals," Donahue said. "And they're still out there and we don't have them identified."
"This is an extremely unusual type of crime, not just for Canyon County, but for for the state of Idaho," he said. "This is a very violent crime, it's a very direct and deliberate crime, so for us to see this in the state of Idaho we're very surprised by that quite frankly...it's not something we see often at all."

Canyon Co. Sheriff

In the images released by the sheriff's office, the first suspect is seen walking inside the store with a rife while the second suspect is seen with a dolly in hand.
The armed men then took the store's safe and fled in two separate vehicles. The safe was found unopened about four miles away from the store.

Canyon Co. Sheriff

On Friday, Jacksons said a reward of up to $25,000 has been raised for information leading to the arrest of the two men.
Anyone with information about these individuals is asked to call 343-COPS.