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November 14--  The reward in the search for the person who fired a weapon at a Lyons police officer has more than doubled.

Earlier this month the Toombs-Montgomery CrimeStoppers approved a $1,000 reward for information leading to the person who fired shots at Lyons police officer Timothy Sullivan.  At the time, he was working as an off-duty security officer for an apartment complex near the corner of 11th Street and Grady Street last month.

Lyons Police Chief Wesley Walker this week added $1,200 to the reward bringing the total to $2,200.  He believes the case is gang-related and is asking for anyone with information to come forward to make Lyons safer.

In you have any information, call CrimeStoppers at 912-386-4480.  You do not have to give your name and can claim the reward if your information leads to an arrest.