ANN ARBOR, Mich. Officials say there's at least $10,000 in reward money being offered for tips in the investigation of the killing of a University of Michigan medical student.
Twenty-five-year-old 2nd Lt. Paul DeWolf was attending the Ann Arbor school on an Air Force scholarship. He was found slain July 24 at his off-campus apartment after failing to report for work at a hospital.
Authorities have released few details of the killing.
Ann Arbor police said Monday a $5,000 reward is for "information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect" in DeWolf's death. They ask anyone with information to call or email their tip line.
The university this week also announced a reward of up to $5,000, matching the other reward.
DeWolf planned to graduate from medical school next year.