$50,000 Reward Offer In Officer Shooting

Photo: Ford, Brad

The FBI has increased the reward for information leading to the arrest of a fugitive who shot a police officer from $10,000 to $50,000 dollars.

In 2011, a Lincoln City Police officer pulled over David Durham. During the traffic stop, Durham shot the officer several times leaving him critically injured.

Police pursued Durham, and during the chase he fired at officers. He abandoned his vehicle near Waldport, and despite an extensive search he escaped.

Durham was wearing green camouflage when he disappeared and he's known to have survival skills. He could also be in California, the Caribbean, and Thailand.

FBI Wanted Poster of David Durham

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