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Reward offered for information in Dallas Township murder

DALLAS TWP. – State police investigators remain at the Midland Court home on Friday, two days after the burned body of Bryan Charles Kocis was found with multiple stab wounds.

Investigators believe Kocis was killed before his home was intentionally set on fire at about 8:30 Wednesday night.

Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers is offering a $2,000 reward for information connected to the investigation.

Meanwhile, investigators are looking for the driver of a light colored sport utility vehicle that was seen in the area just before the fire started. The driver may be a potential witness or know something about Kocis’ killing or the fire.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 674-2000 or 697-2000.

Investigators have set up a command post at the Dallas Township Police Department.

Kocis was the owner of Cobra Video, a company that produced gay pornographic movies.

State police Lt. Frank Hackin said the investigation involves Kocis’ background, and urged people he associated with in the business to contact police.

For more of the developing story, check back at www.timesleader.com and read The Times Leader on Saturday.

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