RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- The suspects who shot and killed an innocent man on Purdue Drive in July are still on the loose, and Reno Police said on Tuesday that they are a danger to the public.
Detectives from the Robbery and Homicide Division of the Reno Police Department held a press conference on Tuesday. The family of Anthony Cuevas pled for the public to help police find the suspects who killed the 23-year-old. He had no criminal background and was training to be a professional boxer.
"We live now with the unknowns with what his life could have been, as well as many lives he has touched. He is greatly missed everyday. Our hearts are heavy. Nothing can bring him back, but we need to focus on the person or persons responsible for this crime," said Cuevas' mother Sandy Glonin.
Police describe the suspects as African-American men, in their late teens to early 20's, all thin to average build. Anyone with information is asked to call Secret Witness at 322-4900.