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$50K Reward Offered To Solve Murder of Youth Minister Shot On His Way Home From Bible Study

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The Los Angeles City Council is offering a $50,000 reward for clues that might help police figure out who shot a 23-year-old youth minister on his way home from bible study on Monday night.Oscar Duncan, 23, died after being shot once in the head around 10:30 pm. He and his girlfriend had just come home from bible study, CBS LA reports. Duncan walked up to a car in front of his home in Venice and exchanged words before he was shot in the head.

Witnesses described the vehicle as an older model white car. Police believe that although Duncan wasn't involved in gangs, that the suspects might be.

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