|The suspect, photo from APD.|
AURORA | Police on Monday identified a man slain outside an Aurora Friday as Trison Mitta, 26, and released a surveillance camera image of the man investigators believe killed him.
Police also added up to $5,000 from the Aurora Police Reward Fund to the $2,000 reward Crime Stoppers offered Saturday, bringing the possible reward for information about the killer to $7,000.
Mitta was shot around 11 p.m. Friday outside the Sports Station bar in the 800 block of Dayton Street, police said.
When investigators responded to the scene they found Mitta wounded man in the parking lot of a bar. he was rushed to an area hospital where he later died.
The surveillance image released Monday showed a man wearing a blue plaid jacket with a furry hood walking into the bar, talking on a cell phone. The man, who appeared to have a black mustache, was also wearing a blue baseball cap turned backwards.
Police are asking anyone with information about the shooting to call Detective Gretchen Fronapfel at 303-739-6013 or Crime Stoppers at 720-913-STOP (7867).
Click below for a larger image from the bar's surveillance camera. Click the images to enlarge.