Woman Pleads for Information in Husband's Death

By Randy McIlwain
|  Thursday, Apr 1, 2010  |  Updated 8:00 PM CDT
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A Denton widow made a public appeal for information that might help find her husband's killer.

Randy McIlwain, NBCDFW.com

A Denton widow made a public appeal for information that might help find her husband's killer.

A Denton woman is asking anyone who knows about her husband's slaying to come forward.

James Clark, 53, was shot to death inside his golf-supply company. His wife, Phyllis Clark, found his body Monday morning.

Phyllis Clark described her husband as a loving man and pleaded for information in the case Thursday.

"I can't express enough how much I need your help in doing this for me," she said. "Anything you can do, please, thank you."

Investigators said her husband was killed between Sunday evening and early Monday morning. A gun was found at the crime scene, but it is not clear if it was gun used in the shooting, police said.

Police have announced a $2,000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest in the case.

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