There are new facts tonight on the death of a police officer in Kentucky.
There's now a reward for information leading to an arrest of his killer.
Officer Jason Ellis of Bardstown, Kentucky is pictured above.
The FBI says on his way home from work on May 25, Ellis hit debris on an exit ramp off Bluegrass Parkway. He started to remove the debris, when someone shot and killed Ellis.
The FBI has a reward up to $50,000 for people who come forward with information.
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