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$75,000 Reward Offered For Info In Reality T.V. Director's Murder

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Detectives trying to solve the murder of the reality television director whose body was found in his Glassell Park home have officially upped the ante: they are now offering a $75,000 reward for information leading to the prosecution of his killers, City News Service reports.

James Marcus Howe was found dead in his home on November 27. The L.A. Times reported that a man, posing as a salesman, rang the doorbell of the Howes' home around 11:00 a.m. When his wife opened the door, three suspects—two men and one woman—forced their way in. After a struggle, Howe was shot and killed and his wife was seriously injured.

No motives have been offered in the murder. Police have described the suspects as African-American and are also looking for a dark-colored 2000 Ford Mustang that they believe was used by the suspects.

The 42-year-old Howe was best known for directing reality television shows such as "A Shot at Love With Tila Tequila" and "America's Next Top Model." He had just moved into the house, along with his wife and six-year-old son, this past summer.

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Anyone with information about Howe's killers is urged to call 323-344-5744.

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