- Associated Press - Friday, August 3, 2018

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - The FBI says it’s offering a reward for information that will lead to an arrest and conviction in a Navajo Nation stabbing death last year.

In a statement Thursday, FBI spokesman Frank Fisher said the agency was offering the $1,000 reward nearly a year after 32-year-old Donnie Wade Barney was killed in Rehoboth, New Mexico.

Authorities say Barney was found stabbed to death on Aug. 19, 2017, inside a hogan, a traditional home made of logs and earth.

The agency’s tip line for the case is 505-889-1300.

The Navajo Nation Division of Public Safety is also an investigating agency in the case.

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