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$35,000 reward fund set up for information in Euston death

The family of Brian Euston has worked with the AdHoc Group Against Crime to establish a fund that will reward up to $35,000 for credible information about what led to

Brian Euston
The family of Brian Euston has worked with the AdHoc Group Against Crime to establish a fund that will reward up to $35,000 for credible information about what led to the 24-year-old Rockhurst High School graduate’s death in October.

Family and friends will be gathering in Westport Sunday morning at 2:30 a.m. — about the time Brian was found lying unconscious near the corner of Westport Road and Mill Street Oct. 10 — to hold a prayer vigil and hand out fliers seeking information.

The medical examiner has not released his report on what caused Euston’s death.

People with information about the incident are encouraged to call the AdHoc Group Against Crime’s 24-hour information line at 816-753-1111.



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