Police search for car in connection with death of 'America's Next Top Model' director

The Los Angeles Police Department released two photos of a green Ford Mustang that they are searching for in connection to the fatal home invasion shooting of a director who worked on the reality TV show "America's Next Top Model."

James Howe died and his wife was seriously wounded in the Nov. 27 attack at their rented home.

The two surveillance stills were released on Tuesday, according to KTLA5, just one day after city officials announced they were offering a $75,000 reward for information about Howe's death.

Police say Howe, 42, and his wife answered the door of the Glassell Park home for what they thought was a lone salesman, but instead, two men and a woman forced their way inside.

A fight ensued at the doorway, and one of the men pulled a gun and opened fire.

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The couple's 6-year-old son wasn't harmed.

Los Angeles Deputy Police Chief Jose Perez says the shooting appeared random and there's no obvious motive.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.