Commonwealth Bancshares in Louisville, Ky., is offering a $2,500 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person who shot and killed the son of a bank employee.
Thirty-four-year-old Jack Combs 3rd was shot on Saturday, Nov. 23 shortly after exiting the Kroger store where he worked on Hubbards Lane, according to multiple news reports. Combs' father, Jack Combs Jr., is senior vice president and trust counsel at the $740 million-asset Commonwealth.
"Jack Combs was a fine young man and his death is a terrible tragedy," Commonwealth Chairman and Chief Executive Ann Wells said in a phone interview.
Commonwealth's announcement brings the reward offered in the case to a total of $10,000, according to a Wednesday report from local news outlet WDRB.