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By Eva Ruth Moravec - Express-News
The reward offered for information on the killing of Bexar County sheriff's Sgt. Kenneth Vann reached $52,000 Monday, bolstered by donations from the Texas Municipal Police Association, multiple police agencies across Texas and Vann's relatives, and it might grow higher as word of the slaying spreads, officials said.
Vann, 48, was killed with an automatic weapon, said Deputy Chief Dale Bennett, spokesman for the Sheriff's Office. Vann, a 24-year veteran, was in his marked patrol car en route to a call when he was ambushed. While stopped at a red light at Rigsby Avenue and Loop 410 around 2 a.m. Saturday, someone in a small white car pulled up and shot him, authorities have said.
Authorities have not determined a motive or released information on suspects, other than to say that Vann was likely killed because he was a law enforcement officer. A multiagency task force based in the AT&T Center parking lot and led by sheriff's Deputy Chief Rey Lujan is investigating. Sheriff Amadeo Ortiz said Sunday that the officers would not rest until “we find the guy who did it.”