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The father of a Luton man who was shot dead has made a heart-felt appeal for information six months after his son's death.
Detectives believe people in the local community know who killed Paul Foster but haven't come forward through fear or misplaced loyalty.
The 46-year-old father-of-three was the victim of one of several gun-related crimes in the town this year.
Matthew Hudson was at today's press conference.
The father of Paul Foster, who was shot dead in Luton in April, has joined police as they appeal for more help to catch his killer.
It's the first time Mr Foster's family has spoken since the shooting at Brunel Road in Lewsey Farm.
Six months to the day since Paul Foster was shot dead in Luton, police are offering a £10,000 reward to help catch his killer.
The 46-year-old died at Brunel Road in Lewsey Farm as he left a friend's home on April 9.
Three people have been arrested on suspicion of murder, interviewed, and released - but no-one has been charged yet.
Det Supt Paul Fullwood said: "We know there are people living locally who can solve this case and we hope the offer of cash will encourage them to do the right thing and come forward and speak to police.
"[Paul's] death has left a family in despair. Three children have lost their father and a wife her husband."
The funeral of a man murdered in Luton is taking place in the town this morning. Paul Foster was shot and killed outside a house in Brunel Road last month.
Bedfordshire Police are warning drivers to expect traffic delays as upwards of five hundred mourners line the route of the procession.