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Police still hoping to solve 2009 murder

November 21, 2011

DENVER – It’s been a little more than two years since a 24-year-old immigrant from Ethiopia was gunned down and killed in Denver.

Police have been following up on leads to no avail. They’re hoping a $10,000 reward will bring someone forward.

You may recall the story of Keyru Lolo. In October of 2009, Lolo was walking from one apartment to another at an east Denver complex near Syracuse and 11th Avenue when someone shot him repeatedly. Whoever pulled the trigger is still out there.

Detectives say they’re committed to finding his killer.

“Lolo was a good guy and his family – they’re still having a really hard time with that,” Detective Mark Crider with Denver Police, said.

If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers at 720-913-STOP.

(KUSA-TV © 2011 Multimedia Holdings Corporation)

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