Reward offered in bus stop murder

October 9, 2009 (CHICAGO) Clergy and members of Natasha Howliet's family were on hand at a vigil Friday afternoon at the site of the shooting.

They prayed and handed out flyers announcing the reward.

The 20-year-old was shot and killed Wednesday night when she was waiting at a bus stop in the 3300-block of West Madison.

Howliet's family says they don't think she was the shooter's intended target.

Chicago police say they are reviewing surveillance video for leads.

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