WMW joins a new push to find federal prosecutor's killer, including exclusive interview with his children.

The FBI is offering a $1 million reward to anyone with any information related to the murder of Tom Wales.

There are 3 ways you can get your tip to the FBI:

  • 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324)
  • FBI: Thomas Wales
    P.O. Box 2755
    Seattle, WA 98111

Working with the FBI, Washington’s Most Wanted host David Rose sat down for an exclusive interview with Amy and Tom Wales Jr., the children of Tom Wales, a federal prosecutor who was murdered nearly a decade ago.

Meeting with the family in a Seattle park that is dedicated to Tom Wales, Washington's Most Wanted has partnered with the FBI and Amy and Tom to make a plea to the public for any information they may have regarding their father's murder.

Amy and Tom have spent a decade not knowing who gunned down their father, shooting him through the window of his Queen Anne basement as he worked on his computer. They're hoping a TV spot they recently taped will bring some answers.

"We felt it was incumbent upon us," Tom Wales Jr. said.

"We thought it was our duty to remind people that there is still a lot of hurt in the community and in the family about this case and that the FBI is been working really hard on a resolution and they have made some progress, but we think they needed some extra help and we wanted to remind people that this piece of justice still remains undone."

The TV appearance isn't easy for Amy and Tom — it opens up old wounds and reminds them of all the good times they had with their dad and the moments they'll never have.

Amy was in college when her father was killed. She's now about to get married and feels his absence as her big day approaches.

"He is still with me and I feel him every day and I will feel him on my wedding day," Amy said. "He will most definitely be absent mndash; conspicuously, in the physical sense — but we are reminded of all that he was and all that he remains to us every day."

Amy said her life has stabilized — she's working in Seattle and wants the public to know that she and her brother are OK. But it’s hard for each of them when they are faced with challenges.

"It may seem like a small thing, but there are times when I just want to talk to my dad," she said.

"Every time I walk by the old U.S. Attorney's office building I can see him coming out of that building, with a goofy smile on his face and wearing his ridiculous hat and just otherwise goofing around," she said. "It is very poignant."