The reward for a man suspected of shooting an Orlando Police sergeant and his pregnant ex-girlfriend in separate incidents was increased Tuesday to $100,000.
Orlando Police Chief John Mina announced at a news conference on Tuesday that the reward is being raised from $60,000 as the manhunt entered its second day, according to the Associated Press.
Markeith Loyd, 41, a convicted felon, was wanted for questioning in the Dec. 13 shooting death of his pregnant ex-girlfriend, Sade Dixon, 24, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
A tipster alerted Sgt. Debra Clayton about Loyd inside a nearby Walmart Monday morning, and she approached him in the parking lot.
Loyd allegedly fired several shots that killed Sgt. Clayton, 42. He is still on the run.
Orange County deptuty Norman Lewis died in a motorcycle crash during the manhunt Monday.
Anyone with information on Loyd or his whereabouts should contact Crimeline at 800-423-TIPS.
Authorities said they have received 300 tips from the public and are preparing warrants for people who may have helped Loyd evade custody, according to the Associated Press.