FSU Prof murder anniversary: New info and increased reward (Video)

Tallahassee,July 18, 2015 – The FBI and the Tallahassee (FL) Police Department are seeking information regarding the murder of Florida State University Law Professor Daniel Eric Markel.

On the morning of July 18, 2014, (one year ago) Markel was found in his car inside the garage of his residence in the Betton Hills section of Tallahassee, Florida. Markel suffered a gunshot wound to the head and was taken to the hospital where he died the next day.

Law enforcement officials are seeking to identify a vehicle which may have been involved in this crime, possibly without the owner’s knowledge. It is described as a 2006 to 2009 Toyota Prius, the color of which appears to be metallic to light green, depending on the lighting, and is named “Silver Pine Mica” by Toyota. The windows of the car are dark tinted.
Suspect Vehicle
There are three distinctive characteristics of the car:
It has a missing tow bolt cover on the driver’s side front bumper.
The passenger side mirror housing is black in color, while the driver’s side mirror housing is the same color as the car itself.
There is a toll transponder similar to a Sunpass or E-Pass/EZ-Pass in the center of the front windshield. (SUNPASS IS TYPICALLY USED MORE IN THE SOUTH FLORIDA AREA/MARKET)

Please visit www.talgov.com for video as well as information about rewards associated with this case.

Also, information can be found on the FBI website

If anyone has information as to the aforementioned vehicle or any individual(s) who may have been involved in the murder, they are urged to call the FBI at (754) 703-2000 or Crime stoppers.