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ANCHORAGE - The reward for information about the shooting of an Anchorage police officer is now up to $25,000.
Investigators hope the money will lead to the arrest and conviction of whoever shot Officer Jason Allen five times in the early morning of Jan. 9 as he sat in a patrol car.
The head of the Anchorage police union, Sgt. Derek Hsieh, told The Anchorage Daily News Allen may be permanently disabled.