$50,0000 reward offered in unsolved slaying of Shelton teenager in March 2014

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SHELTON, Connecticut — Connecticut state police say a $50,000 reward is being offered for information that helps them solve the March 2014 fatal shooting of a teenager in Shelton.

Kristjan Ndoj (EN'-doy) was found shot in the head and leg in the driveway of a Shelton home on the night of March 15. He died five days later at a hospital.

The teen, a Shelton High School sophomore who was originally from Albania, was the first person killed in town since 1996.

State police said Friday that major crimes squad detectives are still investigating the case.

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