Reward boosted in Malibu Creek State Park killing

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A reward for information that solves the fatal shooting of a camper in Southern California’s Malibu Creek State Park has grown to $15,000.

City News Service reports the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors added $10,000 on Tuesday.

The city of Malibu previously posted a $5,000 reward in the case of 35-year-old Tristan Thomas Beaudette, who was shot in the head June 22 while camping with his two young daughters. The pharmaceutical scientist was inside a tent at the time.

The park sprawls over a large area of wilderness in the Santa Monica Mountains north of the city of Malibu. A spate of unsolved shootings have occurred in the area dating back to 2016.

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