Local family raises money to try to catch killer

This is a sketch of the man police say posed as a census worker back in May and fatally stabbed Reginald Haynes

July 31, 2010 4:16:13 PM PDT
A family whose loved one was murdered by a man posing as a census worker is raising additional reward money to help catch the killer. Relatives of Reginald Haynes held a benefit at Independence Heights Park in northwest Houston Saturday. They sold burgers and raffle tickets to boost the $5,000 reward Crime Stoppers is already offering. Haynes was stabbed to death at his home on Truman in may.

"He was a good man. It's just unexplainable, the pain that I go through every day, me and my family," said "And it's a great loss."

Police have released a sketch of the man who knocked on Haynes' door. He has three distinctive teardrop tattoos under his left eye. If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.