The Associated Press
St. Paul, Minn. (AP) -- Authorities are offering a $100,000 reward
for tips that lead to the arrest and conviction in the 1970 killing
of St. Paul police officer James Sackett.
He was killed by a sniper while he responded to a fake call for help
at a home in the Summit-University area.
Sackett and his partner thought they were responding to a call of a
pregnant woman about to give birth. Instead, they found a dark house
and no one answered the front door. Sackett's partner went around the
back, and Sackett was gunned down by a sniper with a high-powered
Sackett's case is the only unsolved police killing in the city.
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The reward is being offered by Spotlight On Crime, a fund that gives
cash rewards for information that helps solve violent crimes.