Conyers woman turns to social media to find brother's killer
CONYERS, Ga. - The sibling of a murder victim in Conyers is using social media to hopefully get clues in her brother's killing.
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Richard "ATL" Green was killed at a home on Pinedale Circle in Conyers on Oct. 22, 2017.
Now Conyers Police have shared Green's sister's video, hoping her plea will help them solve the case.
"Seven months ago today, my world as I knew it ended," Nkenge Green says in the video.
She told FOX 5 News that Green's death is something she lives with every day.
"There's no answers. There's no closure for my family," she said.
These last seven months have been extremely emotional for her family, but she hopes that all it'll take is one person coming forward to catch the suspect and for her family to start to heal.
"I understand that maybe they're afraid. I can imagine someone being terrified of something like that. Maybe they think it's not their concern, but it happened. It's a tragedy for my family," Green said. "And if it could happen to my brother it could happen to anyone."
Police have released a sketch of the man suspected in the shooting. He's described as tall, slender, with a box-style haircut and a gap in his front teeth.
Authorities have offered a $10,000 reward in the case. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers to receive any reward and to remain anonymous.