Reward Offered for Tips in 2012 Waterford Homicide Case - NBC Connecticut

Reward Offered for Tips in 2012 Waterford Homicide Case



    Authorities are offering a twenty-five thousand dollar reward in the case of Kyle Seidel's unsolved murder in Waterford. (Published Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014)

    The state is offering a reward to help find the person who killed a 34-year-old father of three as he was out to pick up dinner for his family in Waterford in 2012.

    Kyle Seidel was shot and killed on the night of Friday, Dec. 21, 2012 in the parking lot of the Family Bowl on Boston Post Road in Waterford.

    He never returned home after going out to pick up takeout food from Lucky Inn Chinese restaurant, police said.

    “We need answers we need to know,” said his wife Kate Seidel.  She is desperate for Waterford Police to find her husband’s killer. “Time goes on its still there it’s still like it happened yesterday,” Seidel said.

    Seidel’s death has been ruled a homicide and the state is offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible.

    Police said the circumstances leading up to the fatal shooting are not known, but authorities are asking residents to remember events they might have seen around 8 p.m. on the night of the homicide.

    Anyone with information on the case should call the Waterford Police tip hotline at 860-437-8080 or call detectives directly at 860-442-0645 or 860-442-9451.

    You could  also provide a tip at or call the Cold Case Unit tip line toll-free at 1-866-623-8058.

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