NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Police in South Carolina are looking for clues in the Memorial Day shooting death of an Ohio banker in North Charleston.
Police spokesman Spencer Pryor tells local media outlets 35-year-old Barri Shank, who was from the Cleveland area, was shot early May 30 outside his hotel near the Charleston Area Convention Center.
His family is offering a $36,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.
Shank had dropped his wife off at the hotel and was walking back from parking lot when he was shot.
Family members say the couple, from Bay Village, Ohio, had just arrived at the nearby Charleston International Airport and were spending the night before renting a car and driving to Hilton Head Island for a vacation.
Hilton Head is about 100 miles southwest of North Charleston.