Donations On The Rise For Reward To Catch Killer
Donations to a reward fund to catch the killer of a 12 year old Potsdam boy have been building.
Eight months after Garrett Phillips was found strangled in his mother's Market Street apartment.
"Justice for Garrett" signs, bumper stickers and shirts are being sold to help raise money for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the boy's death.
When 7 News spoke to his grandmother earlier this month, she pleaded with the boy's killer to give himself up.
"Be a man," she said. "Accept the responsibility for what you have done and give us closure."
Police have interviewed a number of people in their investigation, but there has been no arrest yet.
Thursday, May 23, 2013, Watertown, NY
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