Reward increased to $37,000 for arrest in Assaria woman's murder

ASSARIA, Kan. (KWCH) The Saline Police Department says information leading to the arrest in the murder of Lori Heimer could be eligible for a reward of up to $37,000.

Heimer was found murdered in her Assaria home on June 25, 2016.

She operated a dog breeding business out of her home called “Lori’s Poodle Patch”. She sold a variety of dogs to include poodles, teacup poodles, toy poodles, yorkiepoos, and golden doodles.

The KBI says Heimer was known to advertise her business in the region’s metropolitan markets, to include Wichita and Kansas City.

Investigators want to speak to anyone that had contact or a business appointment with Heimer from June 20 to June 25.

If you or someone you know fits this description, contact KBI investigators immediately at 1-800-KSCRIME or the Saline County Sheriff’s Office at (785) 826-6500 during business hours.