A reward is now being offered in the murder of prominent Dallas attorney killed in his home last May.
The family of Ira Tobolowsky is offering a reward of $20,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case. North Texas Crime Stoppers has added an additional $5,000, bringing the total reward offered to $25,000.
Anyone with information can call 877-373-TIPS or leave a message online at the North Texas Crime Commission's website. Tipsters may remain anonymous.
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Firefighters discovered Tobolowsky's body in his garage after putting out a suspicious fire at his home on May 13. It's unclear exactly how Tobolowsky died, but his death is being investigated as a homicide by the Dallas Police Department.
At the time of his death Tobolowsky was involved in a high-profile, emotionally charged civil case. While it's unclear if the case is related to Tobolowsky's death, the presiding judge, Eric Moye, recused himself after saying he was concerned for his personal safety.
The defendant in the civil case, Steven Aubrey, asked for more than $500,000 from Tobolowsky and wrote that: “Tobolowsky must be punished with sanctions for his outrageous abuse of the judicial system and his violation of statutes, codes and rules.”
Police previously said that Aubrey is not a suspect in the murder investigation.