Billboards Seek Information on Homicide

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) –  The family of a Topeka homicide victim have put up two billboards in hopes of getting information leading to an arrest in the case.

Juan Solis was shot and killed in 2013 during what police said was a home invasion.

The victim’s mother, Dina Garcia, wants the billboards to remind people that her son’s killer remains at large.

She says she also hopes that a $20,000 reward will help convince anyone with information to come forward. Family and friends have been raising money for the reward, which has increased since Solis’s death.

Garcia says a third billboard will go up in a couple weeks.

Associated Press information from: The Topeka Capital-Journal