Transcript for Reward Increased as Manhunt for Texas TV Station Shooter Continues
on the mysterious shooting of a meteorologist in Texas. Shot numerous times outside his TV station. He's lucky to be alive. Ryan Owens has the story. Reporter: More than 100 tips have poured in since police released this sketch of the gunman they say tried to kill Texas weatherman tath Patrick Crawford. This morning, police still don't have the shooter or the motive. Whether this is random act of violence or a personal act, we don't know. Reporter: He was shot repeatedly as he got into his car Wednesday morning in the parking lot of kcen-tv near Waco, Texas. He said, I've been shot. Please help me. Reporter: He derived his car far enough to flag down a good samaritan who went to work. I went and got some paper towels out of hi truck and we held them on his wounds. Five, six minutes later state troopers showed up. Reporter: He's recovering at this hospital. At his side? His wife, haerthear heather, also a meteorologist at this station. Not causing a problem right now. Reporter: He's met with police. He insists he does not know the man who shot him. Neither, it seems, does anyone else at the station. We're going to do everything we can to help the police find this person. For him to be out there, nobody knows where he went. It's frustrating. Reporter: And frustrating for fl police, too. They offered a $5,000 reward. This morning, it's doubled to $10,000, after an anonymous donation. Perhaps money will help solve the mystery. Of who wanted the weatherman dead. And why. For "Good morning America," Ryan Owens, ABC news, Dallas.
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