Fund For Slain Clerk Set Up As Search Continues
The search continues for two men who police say gunned down 25 year old Christopher Reece. Officials have released photos and videos from the night of the shooting in hopes someone might see something that will help in the investigation.
Cory Jackson, Jacksons Food Stores President, released a statement to the media Friday. He thanks the community for the amazing outpouring of support for Christopher's family and colleagues.
He added that Jacksons trains its team and follows procedures to minimize cash on hand, thus reducing the threat of robbery. Jackson's issued a statement regarding the killing that stated,
"It is with deep sadness that we share tragic news of the shooting death of an employee working at our Notus store. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of our team member Christopher Reese. Jacksons has set up a Memorial Fund to help support Christopher’s family.
Memorial Donations can be made at any US Bank branch:
To the benefit of the Christopher R. Reese Family
Tiffany M. Martin
Last four digits of the acct: #1794
We are working with police on their active investigation to provide any information that may lead to an arrest of those responsible.
These are the men who deputies say shot and killed 25-year-old Chris Reese of Parma around 3 a.m. Wednesday.
You can see two masked men, both armed - with at least one gun each, a pistol and a rifle.
They're between 5-foot-10 and 6-feet tall and wearing those dark face masks and gloves.
The first suspect is dressed in a camouflage jacket and light pants.
The second suspect is wearing a black hoodie and jeans.
Anyone with information about these individuals is asked to call 343-COPS.