Winter Haven police and a homicide sufferer’s household are hoping for a break in a decade-previous homicide case.
- Torey Smith shot, killed in April 2007; was 18 years previous
- Crime Stoppers providing $10,000 reward for information resulting in arrest
- Police chief Chook says no element is just too small
Police went door-to-door Tuesday with fliers, hoping residents would keep in mind an essential clue within the capturing demise of 18-yr-previous Torey Smith.
Smith and a cousin have been strolling residence from a church music apply early within the morning on April eight, 2007, when the suspect shot Smith as he was taking a shortcut by means of an ally within the 200 block of Avenue T Northeast.
“No element is just too small. It doesn’t matter. Each element, regardless of how small it’s, does matter,” Police Chief Charles Chook stated at a press convention.
Fowl stated police have gotten many ideas through the years however none have panned out. He stated investigators do not have a superb suspect within the case.
Winter Haven Police Chief Charles Fowl speaks to reporters Tuesday.
Smith’s mom, Charlene Lattimore, stated the capturing occurred in a decent-knit neighborhood and she or he is satisfied that somebody is aware of who dedicated the homicide.
“So many individuals know me and my background,” she stated. “They know my household. They know their son shot my son. They’re afraid as a result of they don’t need their son locked up.”
Crime Stoppers is providing a $10,000 reward within the case.
“To whoever did this, the Winter Haven police division has not forgotten about it,” stated Fowl. “And so long as they reside, we won’t overlook about it. Time going by won’t make us overlook about it.”