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2 years later: Police still searching for Notus killers

Posted at 9:24 PM, Dec 15, 2016
and last updated 2016-12-15 23:24:02-05
On December 17th, 2014, two masked men stormed into the Jackson's in Notus and executed 25-year-old Christopher Reese, then took the stores safe and Reese's car.
 
"It is one of the most violent crimes we have ever seen here in Canyon County. Those who are familiar with the crime scene and who have watched the reenactment video can see that this was a very cold-blooded act. In our opinion, it was calculated. In our opinion, it was planned, and it was carried out with methodical precision," said Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue.
 
The safe and the car were eventually recovered, but the killers are still on the run. 
 
"We need help here. Somebody out there knows who did this," said Ted Arnold with Crime Stoppers.
 
Reese was a devoted father, brother, and son, and the Canyon County Sheriff's Office said his family deserves justice.
 
"It can't be over emphasized enough that Christopher Reese himself deserve closure on this event, closure on this senseless homicide, and this very heinous act," said Sheriff Donahue.
 
The Canyon County Sheriff's office has received more than 500 tips, but so far all leads have come to a dead end, that's why they are asking the public for help.
 
"Someone in the public, and we believe in the local public knows these two individuals. They know what happened, they know how it happened, and they have personal information, and part of this press conference today is to once again from myself personally and on behalf of the Reese family is to reach out to those individuals and ask them to come forward," said Sheriff Donahue.
 
Deputies are asking you to take a good look at the men, and if you think you may know either, report it.
 
The Canyon County Sheriff's office said all it takes is one tip.
 
"We will not stop until we find these two individuals," said Sheriff Donahue.
 
Jackson's is offering a 50,000 dollar reward for information that leads to an arrest in the case. If you have any information, regardless of how big or small, you are urged to contact the Canyon County Sheriff's Department or call Crime Stoppers at 343-COPS.