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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (CBSMiami/AP) —  Tallahassee Police released pictures of a car they are looking for in connection to the death of a Florida State University law professor.

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Daniel Markel was found with a gunshot to the head in his garage on July 18, 2014. Police have said Markel was the shooter’s intended target.

Tallahassee Police on Friday released a photograph of a 2006-2009 Toyota Prius seen driving from the area. Authorities say the car appears metallic to light green and its windows are tinted.

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Tallahassee Police released pictures of a car they are looking for in connection to the death of a Florida State University law professor. (Source: Tallahassee Police Dept.)

Tallahassee Police released pictures of a car they are looking for in connection to the death of a Florida State University law professor. (Source: Tallahassee Police Dept.)

Police say a tow bolt cover on the front bumper, the passenger’s side mirror is black and there’s a toll transponder stuck to the front windshield.

A new $100,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction, in addition to a $25,000 Crime Stoppers reward.

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