OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) An Oklahoma City dairy is donating $10,000 for a reward to ferret out information about the shooting death of an Oklahoma City man.


A landowner found the body of 56-year-old Norman Goudeau at his home in northeast Oklahoma City on March 9th. Officers found a pickup truck and a livestock trailer registered to Goudeau in the area.


Police Captain Jeffrey Becker says homicide detectives obtained an anonymous note containing specific details of the crime, and are hoping to talk to the note's writer.


Borden Dairy is offering the reward for information leading to the prosecution of those responsible for Goudeau's death. The offer will expire in six months. Anyone with information can call the Oklahoma City police homicide unit.