A $100,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person who shot Melius. Anyone with information about this case is asked to Suffolk County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.

Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini, along with Chief of Department Stuart Cameron and Chief of Detectives Gerard Gigante released a portion of the surveillance video from the 2014 shooting at Oheka Castle during a press conference held today at Suffolk County Police Headquarters in Yaphank.

The department is using the second anniversary of the shooting of Gary Melius, the owner of Oheka Castle, to release video of the shooting in an effort to urge people to come forward with any information.

“We want people to take a hard look at this video and cooperate in the interest of justice,” said Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini said. “There is a dangerous person out there and we want to bring him to justice.”

Upon taking office, Commissioner Sini looked at significant open cases as part of his top to bottom assessment of the department and determined this case would benefit from a partnership with the FBI. The FBI has agreed to assist the department.

Suffolk County Police have released a portion of the surveillance video from the 2014 shooting of Gary Melius, the owner of Oheka Castle.  Melius was in the parking lot of the Castle, located at 135 Westgate Drive, Huntington, when he was shot entering his vehicle on February 24, 2014. The suspect fled the scene in a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The vehicle is described as baseline, with five-spoke rims and a thin black body molding stripe on the driver and passenger sides of the vehicle. The factory color is khaki metal.  The FBI has agreed to assist in this case.

PLEASE SHARE: SCPD Releases Surveillance Video of Oheka Castle Shooting Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini, along with Chief of Department Stuart Cameron and Chief of Detectives Gerard Gigante released a portion of the surveillance video from the 2014 shooting at Oheka Castle during a press conference held today at Suffolk County Police Headquarters in Yaphank. The department is using the second anniversary of the shooting of Gary Melius, the owner of Oheka Castle, to release video of the shooting in an effort to urge people to come forward with any information.“We want people to take a hard look at this video and cooperate in the interest of justice,” said Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini said. “There is a dangerous person out there and we want to bring him to justice.”Upon taking office, Commissioner Sini looked at significant open cases as part of his top to bottom assessment of the department and determined this case would benefit from a partnership with the FBI. The FBI has agreed to assist the department.Melius was in the parking lot of the Castle, located at 135 Westgate Drive, Huntington, when he was shot entering his vehicle on February 24, 2014. The suspect fled the scene in a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The vehicle is described as baseline, with five-spoke rims and a thin black body molding stripe on the driver and passenger sides of the vehicle. The factory color is khaki metal.Anyone with information about this case is asked to Suffolk County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.

Posted by Suffolk County Police Department on Thursday, February 25, 2016

PLEASE SHARE: SCPD Releases Surveillance Video of Oheka Castle Shooting Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini, along with Chief of Department Stuart Cameron and Chief of Detectives Gerard Gigante released a portion of the surveillance video from the 2014 shooting at Oheka Castle during a press conference held today at Suffolk County Police Headquarters in Yaphank. The department is using the second anniversary of the shooting of Gary Melius, the owner of Oheka Castle, to release video of the shooting in an effort to urge people to come forward with any information.“We want people to take a hard look at this video and cooperate in the interest of justice,” said Suffolk County Police Commissioner Timothy D. Sini said. “There is a dangerous person out there and we want to bring him to justice.”Upon taking office, Commissioner Sini looked at significant open cases as part of his top to bottom assessment of the department and determined this case would benefit from a partnership with the FBI. The FBI has agreed to assist the department.Melius was in the parking lot of the Castle, located at 135 Westgate Drive, Huntington, when he was shot entering his vehicle on February 24, 2014. The suspect fled the scene in a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The vehicle is described as baseline, with five-spoke rims and a thin black body molding stripe on the driver and passenger sides of the vehicle. The factory color is khaki metal.Anyone with information about this case is asked to Suffolk County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.

Posted by Suffolk County Police Department on Thursday, February 25, 2016

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