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Police release video of suspect in WSU officer's killing, ask for public's help

Collin Rose, 29, was on the K-9 unit of the Wayne State University police force.
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Collin Rose, 29, was on the K-9 unit of the Wayne State University police force.

Authorities have released video they say shows a suspect in the November slaying of Wayne State University campus police officer.

Detroit police say the video recorded by a camera on a Detroit Department of Transportation bus shows the suspect running from the scene of where 29-year-old Collin Rose was shot. Investigators late Tuesday renewed a request for tips from the public.

The Detroit News reports a reward now exceeds $100,000.

Rose was shot in the head about 6:30 p.m. Nov. 22 near the Detroit school's campus after he stopped to investigate a man riding a bike. He died the next day.

Police previously released pictures of a blue mountain bike that investigators believe were used by the suspect. Charges against a man initially arrested in the case were later dropped.

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