'We will continue to hunt for you': Family increases reward to $7,000 in unsolved murder

- After weeks without answers, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police and the family of a man fatally shot outside of an apartment in west Charlotte have stepped up efforts to gather information in the unsolved case.

Police announced on Friday that the family of Juordan Malik Hill, 20, has added $500 to take the total reward to $7,000 for any information that could help identify the suspect in the incident that happened on Monday, Sept. 3, 2018. A reward of $6,500 was initially offered in October. 

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Hill was found shot and killed inside an apartment in the 2400 block of Pruitt Street, police said. 

According to Charlotte-Mecklenburg police, the victim, along with several witnesses, were standing outside of an apartment in a parking lot located in the 2400 block of Pruitt Street when an unknown suspect(s) began shooting. Hill was struck by a bullet and ran inside the apartment where he died. 

In September, police released photos of a possible suspect vehicle that was seen fleeing the Pruitt Street homicide scene on Sept. 3. The vehicle is believed to be a white, early 1990s model Chevrolet Caprice. This remains an ongoing, active investigation. 

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Anyone with information is asked to call (704) 432-TIPS. The public can also call Crime Stoppers at (704) 334-1600. You can remain anonymous. 

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