3D image of Lane Bryant shooter released
BY KRISTEN SCHORSCH Staff writer Jun 10, 2008
Tinley Park police on Tuesday released a new sketch of the suspect in the shootings Feb. 2 inside the Lane Bryant store in Tinley Park.
Updated: January 27, 2011 3:38PM
Tinley Park police have released a 3D computer-generated image of the Lane Bryant killer, one that makes the shooter look more life-like than the hand-drawn sketch police were using.
Illinois State Police developed the image with the help of the surviving victim, Tinley Park police said. She was one of six woman shot -- five were killed -- Feb. 2 at Lane Bryant, 191st Street and Harlem Avenue, during a robbery. The male shooter has yet to be caught, and police consider him armed and dangerous.
The updated image does not change the physical characteristics of the shooter, but it makes him look more realistic. Visit tinleyparkpolice.org to see the computer-generated image.
Police continue to offer a $100,000 reward for anyone whose information leads to the arrest of the killer, whether the man is convicted or not, police said.
If you have a tip, call (708) 444-5394 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kristen Schorsch can be reached at email@example.com or (708) 633-5992. Kristen also blogs about Tinley Park at blogs.southtownstar.com.