Reward extended in Grubbs case

Ashland, Ore.- The City of Ashland will continue to offer a $22,200 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person who killed David Grubbs more than five years ago.

The city council decided Tuesday night to extend the reward for another five years.

Grubbs was murdered November 19, 2011 on the bicycle path near Hunter Park in Ashland. No arrests have ever been made in the case.

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