Raytown, Mo. - Friends and family members met at the intersection of 67th and Blue Ridge Boulevard on Sunday morning, in hopes of finding answers in Harry Stone's murder
Aaron Hyndes held a sign and handed out fliers with Harry Stone's picture on them. He remains hopeful that an arrest will be made.
"We're hoping someone who drives this route on Sundays saw something and will stop and talk to us," Hyndes said.
Harry Stone was shot to death on Mother's Day morning while jogging in Raytown.
A metro squad worked the case for several days, but no arrests have been made. That's why family and friends decided to look for answers on their own.
Hyndes believes Stone's murder was a crime of opportunity.
"We believe it was part of some sort of gang initiation," Hyndes said.
Stone was a husband, father and grandfather. Anyone with information is asked to call the TIPS hotline.
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