Law enforcement uses advanced technology to test evidence in Terry Brick’s murder case

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The unsolved murder of Terry Brisk is still fresh in the minds of the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office, which has received plenty of tips since releasing new details.

Ahead of the seventh anniversary of Terry Brisk’s unsolved murder, the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office announced it is using new technology to retest evidence in the case.

Authorities say Brisk was found fatally shot with his own rifle on his family’s property near Little Falls, Minnesota, on Nov. 7, 2016. The weapon was missing when Brisk’s body was found, but it was later located.

Deputies believe Brisk was killed after some type of interaction. Despite the work of the investigators, no one has been arrested.

However, the sheriff’s office announced earlier this week that it is retesting evidence thanks to new and advanced technology.

“Our office, along with the BCA, is able to use new and advanced technology to conduct more extensive testing of evidence previously collected,” the press release read. “This case will not go cold. We will continue to use all of our resources until this case is resolved.”

A $30,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case.

Anyone with information or a tip about the case can contact the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office at 320-632-9233 or submit an anonymous tip to CrimeStoppers here.

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