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The Amarillo Police Department has increased the reward in an unsolved 2009 homicide case.
APD and the family of the deceased are offering a reward of $5,000 dollars for information leading to the identification and arrest of the suspect responsible for her death. Sherry Mondragon's body was found wrapped in a rug and stuffed into a garage in north Amarillo in April of 2009.
Call Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 374-4400 or go online to amapolice.org to submit a tip to give closure to the case and her family.
Drivers in Amarillo have seen an increase of 12 cents on average at the pump.
AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch reports the average price for gasoline is $2.36, which is still $1.04 less than this time last year. They say domestic crude oil prices last week reached the highest level of 2015 as supplies built more slowly than anticipated.
Of the major metropolitan areas surveyed in the Lone Star State, drivers in Dallas and Fort Worth are paying the most on average at $2.39 per gallon while drivers in San Antonio are paying the least at $2.20.
A man wanted by Amarillo Police for stealing from a safety security box was arrested in Oklahoma City.
38 year old Joey Adam Climer had stolen the key and presented false documents to get inside the box where he stole a large amount of cash. Later, he had thrown an envelope of money out of a window towards an APD officer then while in Oklahoma approached two detectives saying he found another envelope filled with money in the parking lot.
He has since been transported to the Randall County Jail.
The Sonic on SW 34th caught fire Thursday morning.
Fire crews responded around 8:15, where they were told grease in a fryer had caught fire and employees unsuccessfully attempted to extinguish it. The flames were brought under control by 8:30, and $15,000 in damages were estimated.