Kansas Gov. Mark Parkinson is offering $5,000 for information leading to arrests in an unsolved April 2008 killing in Kansas City, Kan.

Kansas Gov. Mark Parkinson is offering $5,000 for information leading to arrests in an unsolved April 2008 killing in Kansas City, Kan.


Parkinson spokesman Seth Bundy said Friday that the governor is providing the reward at the request of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation and the city's police department.


Bundy said neither the KBI nor the police has any leads in the shooting and stabbing of Jeffrey Rogers. Before he died, authorities said, Rogers told police that several males had forced their way into his residence.


It's the sixth time since January 2003 that the governor's office has offered a reward in an unsolved killing.