Private citizens have offered a $10,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and indictment of whoever killed a Dallas County probation officer last month in Grand Prairie.
Raymond St. John Hernandez, 45, was stabbed to death on Aug. 8 at his home in the 2600 block of Channing Drive, police said. Investigators have said they believe the house was set ablaze to hide the stabbing.
Hernandez had been a Dallas County Juvenile Probation Officer since 1996, according to reports.
The reward was offered by private citizens who wanted to be anonymous, said Detective John Brimmer, police spokesman.
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Police hope that the reward will lead to a breakthrough in the case.
"We've had a couple of leads, but they haven't panned out," Brimmer said. "We even had a composite drawing which led us to an individual, but it was a dead end."
Anyone with information can call a special tip hotline, 972-237-8877, or Crime Stoppers, 972-988-TIPS (8477).