Police Ask For Help To Solve Cold Case Homicide

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September 18, 2013 Timothy McGuigan's body was discovered in his home on September 7, 2011 when he didn't show up for breakfast with his son.

He was shot to death in his home in the twenty-five hundred block of
Northridge in far northeast Wichita.

There was no sign of forced entry and robbery doesn't appear to be a motive.

At this time, the reward fund is close to $25,000 for information in solving the case.

That includes private reward money and Crimestoppers money.

Police and Crimestoppers are hoping new publicity will generate some new leads or prompt someone to come forward with information.

They're hoping to finally solve the murder of a man who was loved and respected by many people in Wichita.

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