Reward fund grows in case of teen killed in Lake Stevens

MollyConely
A Crime Stoppers fund is growing in the case of a Seattle high school student shot and killed while walking with friends in Lake Stevens. (Conley family) | Zoom
A Crime Stoppers fund is growing in the case of a Seattle high school student shot and killed while walking with friends in Lake Stevens.

The Molly Conley Reward Fund at Wells Fargo Bank now amounts to $2,900.

Conley, 15, was killed by what seemed like a random gunshot late on a Saturday night, June 1.

The Snohomish County Sheriff says detectives continue to review witness statements, question neighbors and investigate tips about the drive-by shooting near South Lake Stevens Road and South Davies Road. The sheriff wouldn't say how many tips have come in.

The Crime Stoppers tip line is 1-800-222-TIPS. The sheriff's tip line is 425-388-3845.

So far, there are no arrests in the case.


Tim Haeck, KIRO Radio Reporter
Tim Haeck is a news reporter with KIRO Radio. While Tim is one of our go-to, no-nonsense reporters, he also has a sensationally dry sense of humor and it will surprise some to learn he is a weekend warrior.
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