Sketch released of man connected to Queens jogger death

Police on Wednesday released a sketch of a man linked to the death of a jogger in Queens.

Police on Wednesday released a sketch of a man linked to the death of a jogger in Queens. (8/31/16)

NEW YORK - Police on Wednesday released a sketch of a man linked to the death of a jogger in Queens.

Karina Vetrano went for a jog Aug. 2 and never returned. After police searched the area, her body was found in Spring Creek Park, strangled and sexually assaulted.

The man in the sketch has not been identified as a suspect or person of interest; police say they would like to speak with him as part of their investigation.

The search for the suspect has since expanded into Brooklyn. A reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case is currently at $35,000.

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