SULLIVAN COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) - Detectives are asking for the public's help after a nearly six-month investigation into the death of an 85-year-old man.
Indiana State Police Detectives with the Putnamville Post continue to investigate the death of Lowell R. Badger, who was found dead with a gunshot wound in his home last December.
Investigators ruled his death a homicide.
Detectives are asking to public to be vigilant of items that could have been discarded by those involved in the crime, particularly in the area of SR 154 West of US 41 and north and around West County Road 350 North, according to a release.
Detectives also say two specific items they are looking for is Badger's personal safe and a black 46" Sony Bravia LCD television, both taken during the murder. The safe is older, gray, two feet in width and depth and 3.5 feet in height.
In December, State Police said they had interviewed about 80 people in their ongoing investigation into the slaying.
Anyone who locates an article or has information is asked to call the Indiana State Police Post at Putnamville at 765-653-4114 or the Sullivan County Sheriff's Office at 812-268-4044.
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