- Associated Press - Thursday, March 12, 2015

HONOLULU (AP) - The FBI is hoping that the decade that passed since a Hawaii man was murdered will embolden a witness to come forward with information about the case.

Arman Johnson was found in the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Hilo side of the Big Island in April 2005. Autopsy reports showed 44-year-old Johnson died from a single gunshot wound to the upper back.

The FBI and the National Park Service announced Wednesday that a $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the identification and conviction of Johnson’s killer.

Johnson moved to the Big Island from Seattle in 1984. He worked as a massage therapist at local resorts and hosted a reggae radio show.

The FBI says the motive for his execution-style murder remains unknown.

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