Wall light fixture manufacturer WallLight was the first in the industry to develop a compact and compact light bulb to replace incandescent lights.
Now, the company is offering a $1 million reward to anyone who can help police with the investigation.
WallLight said it has a strong track record of bringing back money to the city of Marfa, Texas, where a woman was killed and two others injured when their home was burned down by a lightning strike.
The incident occurred just over a week after the Texas State Fire Marshal’s Office conducted a search warrant at the couple’s home.
The fire department said they found evidence that the couple was “involved in an illegal narcotics and money laundering operation.”
WallLight is working with the Texas Department of Public Safety to identify potential witnesses, and hopes to reach out to other law enforcement agencies and provide them with information about possible victims.
The reward is expected to reach as high as $1.5 million.
Wall Light is the first company in the Texas market to offer a reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of a potential suspect.
In addition to the reward, WallLight is offering to match any monetary donation up to $500.