Last Thursday, the body of a white man in his 50s was found in Philadelphia’s Schuylkill River. Police confirm he had a gunshot wound to the forehead.
Now that body has been identified by the medical examiner as Philip Reitnour, a 58-year-old businessman who appeared on Shark Tank just three years ago, trying to sell the investors on a personal security app called EmergenSee.
Cause of death has not been officially determined yet, but we can safely assume foul play at this point.
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Investors on the ABC reality show passed on EmergenSee — which broadcast audio and video to friends and family with the touch of a button on your smartphone — after learning Reitnour didn’t develop the tech in house but rather invested $3 million of his own money paying a tech company to make it.
Interestingly, WPVI reports court records show Reitnour was three mil in debt.
We’ll let you know if there are any updates on this tragic crime.
[Image via ABC/Facebook.]