Detectives investigating the death of a father-of-four who was murdered during last year's riots have offered a £20,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and prosecution of those responsible.
Trevor Ellis was shot in the head following a car chase as looters ran riot through the streets of Croydon, south London, in August last year.
It came after the 26-year-old and his friends became embroiled in a disagreement with a group of around nine people involved in the disorder.
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