HULL, Wisc. (AP) -

Investigators in central Wisconsin have given new attention to the 2006 death of a pharmacist found in his home with two gunshot wounds to his chest.

The Marshfield News-Herald reports that two detectives have been newly assigned to 58-year-old Ken Juedes' fatal shooting.

A Marathon County detective will spend about 30 hours a week devoted to solving the case, and another detective will investigate the case part-time.

Marathon County Detective Greg Bean has been involved with investigating the death since Juedes' widow found him in their home in the town of Hull. He says investigators have recently updated their plan of action in a new bid to close the case.

Bean says investigators are hoping for a statement or piece of evidence that will help solve the case.