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$5K Reward Offered In Philly Officer's Shooting

January 01, 2010  | 

The U.S. Marshal's Office will give $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for shooting of an off-duty Philadelphia officer, Commissioner Charles Ramsey tells myfoxphilly.com.

The off-duty officer who's been on the force for two years was shot Wednesday in the Hunting Park area in the incident that's being described as a botched robbery.

Officer Martin Campbell, 23, is recovering from surgery to his leg after a bullet nicked an artery. Two men have been arrested in connection to the shooting.

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