SEMINOLE—September 22, 2006, Brett Wolfe’s body was found in his apartment in Seminole, Okla.

Wolfe was shot to death earlier that morning.

Seminole officers and Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations have been investigating the murder since. Many questions have gone unanswered.

After numerous interviews, police have learned some information about Wolfe’s murder, but still need help from those who may know details surrounding Wolfe’s murder.

The OSBI has increased its reward from up to $3,000 to up to $4,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the 25-year-old man’s murder.

Law enforcement, as well as Wolfe’s family, would appreciate someone coming forward to provide information that could solve this case.

Wolfe never saw his son, who was born only a few days before his death. Wolfe's family celebrated his son's first birthday in September as the one-year anniversary of Wolfe's death approached.

Authorities are asking those with any information about the case that could assist law enforcement in making an arrest to contact the Seminole Police Department at 405-382-343 or the OSBI at 1-800-522-8017.

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