Sailor's Family Still Waiting for Justice

By Jacques Spitzer
|  Monday, Dec 28, 2009  |  Updated 10:30 AM PDT
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A Mother's Anguish

Ronald Harnish, 22, had just been accepted to the Navy Seal program

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A family offering a huge reward waits three years for a killer's capture.

Ronald Harnish's loved ones and CrimeStoppers are offering a combined $55,000 reward to anyone who can help solve the murder of a Navy man, who was killed three years ago.

Harnish was shot to death on Dec. 27, 2006, when he and two friends were confronted by two men in Golden Hill. The shooting took place in the 1100 block of 30th Street. Investigators said Harnish and the two other sailors were driving through the area when they stopped and confronted two men on the sidewalk. Words were exchanged. and one of the men on the sidewalk opened fire, according to police. Harnish was shot to death; one of his friend's was wounded. The killers were able to flee.

Prior to his death, the 22-year-old had been accepted into the Navy's elite SEAL program and had been a star athlete in high school.

Anyone with information about this murder investigation is urged to call the CrimeStoppers anonymous tip line at 888-580-8477.
 

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