The reward for information in this case has now gone up to $10,000 thanks to contributions from area residents.
Police are now looking for a 46 inch Sony Bravia TV that was stolen from the Badger house at the time of the murder.
Donations to the reward fund can be made at any First Financial Banking Center.
If you know anything contact police.
The investigation into the shooting death of a retired Sullivan County farmer continues.
Police say that Lowell Badger was found murdered in his rural Merom home on Saturday morning.
The Sullivan County Coroner's Office says his death is a homicide.
Badger was shot to death.
Crimestoppers and the Indiana Farm Bureau are offering a total of $3,000 in rewards for information that will help solve the case.
Wabash Valley Crimestoppers is offering a $1000 reward to the person who offers information that leads to the arrest of the person or persons responsible. Call 812-238-STOP or 800-222-TIPS.
You can go their website to submit a tip. www.wvcrimestoppers.org
The Indiana Farm Bureau's Legal Affairs Team is offering a $2000 reward.
Call 317-692-7840 or log onto www.farmbureau.org to submit a tip.