Leads sought in 1995 shooting death of Southeast Texas deputy

AUSTIN, Texas (KTSM) - A $35,000 reward is being offered by the Texas Department of Public Safety in order to generate leads in the 1995 cold case murder of a Liberty County Sheriff's Office deputy.

Wilburn Junior "Will" Agy was shot and killed around 11 p.m. on April 5, 1995. Agy was working an extra job as a security officer at a shopping center near Fondren Rd. and Sanford Rd. in southwest Houston.

Investigators say two masked gunmen entered a video store on Fondren and shot Agy when he approached the suspects. 

Witnesses describe the two suspects as black men wearing black masks. At the time of the shooting, one of the suspects was believed to be 20 to 25-years-old, approximately 5'5" tall. The second suspect was described as being about 5'10" tall. The two men left the video store north on Fondren on foot. 

As part of the Office of the Governor and Texas Crime Stopper’s Fallen Hero Reward – Texas Remembers program, a reward of up to $20,000 is being offered for information that results in this case being solved. In addition, Crime Stoppers of Houston and The 100 Club of Houston are partnering to offer a reward of up to $10,000, and Multi-County Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $5,000.

To be eligible for the cash rewards, anyone with information about the murder of Deputy Agy can provide anonymous tips in three different ways:


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