Transcript for Meteorologist Shot Outside KCEN TV Station Describes Gunman
shot in the parking lot of his Waco TV station. Describing the gunman who is still on the loose. Ryan Owens has the story. A lot of you know, I'm in the TV news business. Reporter: Patri Crawford is used to being on camera. But never like this. He started shooting as I was leaving the parking lot. Reporter: The 34-year-old said he was ambushed as he was leaving work in Waco, Texas, just six days ago. He appeared before the cameras to emphasize he doesn't know the suspect known in the sense. And correct something that people said, that he exchanged words with the shooter. The man said no words, there was no interaction whatsoever. Reporter: He saw the man long enough to help officers create that sketch. Detectives say they have released more than a hundred tips since releasing it. And the reward has doubled again. It's now $20,000 after Crawford's station chipped in another 10,000. Hopefully the description will help bring this person to justice for what he did and the crime he committed. Reporter: Crawford's wife, heather, a meteorologist at the same station, chose not to speak at the news conference. On her Facebook page, she calls Crawford her hero. She and many others have changed the profile picture to the logo of his favorite super hero. You may have noticed his favorite super man shirt. I want to get better and get home for me and my family. Reporter: He is in a wheelchair but expects to be home by Christmas. He's hoping the man he says did this to him will be behind bars by then. For "Good morning America," Ryan Owens, ABC news, Dallas.
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