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New York : Latino offers $ 10,000 for information on the murderer of his 12-year-old son

New York :

In a desperate attempt to clarify the murder of his son, a Hispanic father from Georgia on Thursday offered a reward for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible for the child’s death, which occurred more than three months ago.

“I am offering a reward of $ 10,000 dollars to give me information and that the person who killed Brayan be caught, “he said. Santiago Zavala, whose son was murdered on October 15 last year in front of his home in the town of Riverdale, south of Atlanta.

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The 12-year-old boy was shot to the head by a hooded man who appeared suddenly as Brayan was helping his father fix a lawn mower, according to Zavala’s testimony.

The stranger arrived in a car, got out and, without saying anything, shot him point-blank with a rifle and later fled in the vehicle, a Chevy HHR Without license plates, it was driven by someone else, according to the father.

“The authorities don’t tell me anything at all. They are silent, they do not give me information and they do not answer, ”said Zavala, who added that that was the reason why he is offering the reward.

The Mexican father assures that he is desperate and that he wants justice to be done for the murder of Brayan, which has caused a commotion in Georgia for being a child And by the way the killer acted.

“I want peace and justice. I don’t know who or why it was; I do not understand. Day and night I keep looking for clues, looking for who it was, ”said Zavala, who also hired a private detective to find the murderer.

Brayan’s relatives assure that the little boy, who died shortly before his 13th birthday, dreamed of being a policeman and was an excellent student, with many goals in life.

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The official Aubriel StroudClayton County Police spokesman said they have no further details on the case for now and that it remains under investigation.

If anyone has clues or any information about the crime, they can call 770-477-4479authorities said.

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