$ 10,000 reward offered to solve homicide of Goshen store clerk

TULARE COUNTY, Calif. (KSEE / KGPE) – Authorities offer a reward of $ 10,000 for information that leads to the arrest and prosecution of two men accused of shoot and kill a store worker in Goshen last month.

On Wednesday, the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office announced that the reward was being offered in hopes of solving the homicide of Richard Harris, 50, at a Sinclair gas station in Goshen.

The sheriff’s office said Harris was working as a clerk on September 19 when two men with guns entered the store and demanded money.

Harris complied with the thieves as they stole all the money from the ledger – but MPs say they shot him down anyway.

“Even after having satisfied all their requests, these cowards shot Richard Harris and fled,” Lt. Jason Kennedy said in a video posted to Facebook.

Photo of Richard Harris provided by the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office.

MPs said the first suspect was wearing a gray Jordan sweatshirt, a blue shirt, blue jeans, black shoes and a black mask covering his face.

The second suspect allegedly wore a white hoodie, a clown mask, ripped blue jeans and red shoes.

The sheriff’s office is asking the public for help in solving the case.

“We ask you to help shut down Richard Harris’ family and the community of Goshen,” the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office wrote.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office at 559-725-4149.