Real estate mogul Kameron Segal was sitting in his Rolls-Royce behind his company's building in Hollywood when a bike-riding gunman appeared and fired on him at close range.
Now a $10,000 reward has been offered for information leading to an arrest in the shooting that left Segal critically injured.
Segal's company, William Holdings Inc., announced the reward Monday as he recovered from his injuries at Cedars-Sinai Hospital.
Segal was parked behind the firm in the 7500 block of Sunset Boulevard about 8:40 p.m. on Friday when he was shot in the neck and cheek.
The gunman rode a 10-speed or racing bike during the attack. Police are still investigating why Segal was shot.
Segal's friends say he had been headed to another site in downtown Los Angeles to purchase a $5-million building when the shooting occurred.
Segal, a native of England, is the chief executive and founder of William Holdings Inc., a real estate management company with 19 apartment buildings in Los Angeles
Anyone with details about shooting is urged to call LAPD Det. Kevin Becker at (213) 380-9582.