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Businessman donates $1K to reward in Griffor murder

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CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) -- It's been more than three months since 5-year-old Allison Griffor was shot as she slept in her West Ashley bed.  Police still have not made any arrests in the case.  In attempt to lure tips, a Crime Stoppers reward was established.  And now, the reward has gone up by $1,000.

Richard Douglas, a family friend of the Griffors, said a local businessman donated the money.  He said the man wanted to remain anonymous.

Douglas, who is in constant contact with the family, said the holidays were especially hard for William, Allison's father.  He was also injured when police say someone fired shots through the family's home on Pierpoint Avenue.

A Charleston County Sheriff's Office spokesman said the family didn't realize the 5-year-old was hurt when they called 911.  She died three days later in the hospital.

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