Reward increases to $12,500 for info in Kansas City construction worker’s murder

Here is a photo of the man police want to talk to. He was scene wearing a blue hoodie and grey pants.

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- More money is now available for anyone who has information about who killed a construction worker in downtown Kansas City this past spring.

Johnathon Porter was shot and killed on site at Ninth Street and Brooklyn Avenue.

He was working for InfraSource on a gas line replacement for Spire Energy.

Police believe the gunman walked up to him, asked for a cigarette, and when he didn't get one, shot Porter several times in the chest.

Here is video of the man police want to talk to:

He was scene wearing a blue hoodie and grey pants.

If you have any information that leads police to an arrest, the reward is now up to $12,500. Call the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS.

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