Reward doubled in Stykes case

The reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the Brittany Stykes murder case has doubled.
The Brown County Sheriff’s Office released the following information on Nov. 8.
“On November 9, 2017, two anonymous citizens of Brown County have pledged $5000 each to contribute to the reward money offered for information leading to charges and conviction in the murder of Brittany Stykes and her unborn child.  With the initial reward offered and additional money pledged by the anonymous citizens and other sources, the total reward now stands at $20,000.
Brittany Stykes and her unborn child were murdered on August 28, 2013, on U.S. Route 68 south of Georgetown.  Brittany’s other daughter was in the vehicle and was injured at the time of the attack. Many people have already come foreward with information on this case.
If you have any information regarding the attack that resulted in the death of Brittany Stykes and her unborn child that occurred on August 28, 2013, please contact the crime-stoppers tip line at (513) 352-3040 or the Brown County Sheriff’s Office at (937) 378-4435, Ext. 130.
All tips can remain anonymous”
Look for an exclusive interview with Brown County Sheriff’s Office Detective  Chad Noble on the status of the Stykes case in the Nov. 16 edition of The News Democrat.