Erik Scott family offers reward for missing Costco video


The family of the late Erick Scott is offering a $25,000 reward to anyone who can provide an unadulterated copy of the “missing” Costco surveillance video.

Scott, who was shot to death by Las Vegas police July 10 outside a Summerlin Costco, was reportedly acting strange enough inside the store to compel an employee to call police.

In order to collect the reward, the video “must show Erik’s activities” inside Costco, as well as the shooting.

The notice was posted on a Facebook page titled In Memory of Erik Scott.

A phone number is provided.

 

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