Mother, sister of Chris Reese plead for information in unsolved Notus murder
NOTUS, Idaho (KBOI) —
Family members of Christopher Reese say it's becoming harder and harder to stay hopeful.
It's been more almost a year and a half since he was gunned down while working at a Notus gas station in December 2014.
"I've been feeling like it's gone cold maybe a little bit," Polly, his mother, told KBOI 2News.
Even though their spirits aren't high, Christopher's mom and sister Ashley still hold out hope his murder will be solved. After killing Chris, the gunman and his accomplice stole the gas station safe and took off and were never caught.
"Our hearts continue to go out to the Reese family for this senseless tragedy," said Canyon County sheriff Kieran Donahue. "We're continuing to track down every lead and tip that we receive in an effort to bring the people who committed this horrible crime to justice."
Hundreds of tips have come in since Chris was killed yet the culprits remain unknown. Polly and Ashley think someone other than the criminals knows who did this and they're pleading for someone...anyone...to help them find closure.
"I'm angry that the people that do know something won't say nothing," Ashley said. "And maybe they need to be reminded (that) if you don't say something you're just as guilty."
Anyone with information about the 2014 killing of Chris Reese, you're asked to call the sheriff's office at 454-7531.