FORT WAYNE, Ind. (NBC33) -- For the past two days, the FBI's Underwater Search Evidence Response Team has been looking for evidence in a March 2012 shooting of a Fort Wayne attorney.
The dive team is searching a pond about 100 yards from the attorney's home that is the same pond police believed the shooter may have run around while fleeing the scene.
Fort Wayne Attorney, David Kuker, with Faegre Baker Daniels, was shot at least once in the shoulder in the garage of his home in the Shorewood subdivision. He told police he couldn't see the shooter because the man sprayed something in his eyes but he was able to say it wasn't someone he knew.
About five weeks later, another Faegre Baker Daniels attorney's home was shot at. Jeffrey Goeglein told police that there were two bullet holes in a rear window of his home which was about a mile from Kuker's home.
USERT uses a variety of specialized equipment, including sonar, metal detectors and left bags capable of raising a two-ton vehicle from the depths to locate evidence as large as a jet engine or as small as a bullet buried in underwater dirt.
A $5,000 reward is being offered for information in the case. If you know anything you are encouraged to call Crime Stoppers.
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