Reward offered in Luna case as detectives seek public's help

A reward has been issued in the murder investigation involving the death of a Southwestern College student on campus last year.

Cowley County Crime Stoppers has authorized up to $3,500 for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of person or persons responsible for the homicide of Gabriel Luna, according to news release. 

Crime Stoppers can be contacted at (620) 221-7777 or through A report also can be made through the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (800) KS-CRIME or  

“If you have information and would like to speak with an officer about this case, please contact Investigator Shawn Love (620 221-5555) with the Winfield Police Department or KBI Special Agent Todd Leeds (316 293-7375),” the release states. 

Luna died from a gunshot wound that occurred in his apartment on campus Dec. 18. 

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