The parent's of a University of Michigan medical student continue to try to solve his murder. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.
Police in Ann Arbor, Michigan, are now offering a $10,000 reward for information that might help them solve Paul Dewolf’s murder.
The 25-year-old was found shot to death by a single bullet.
Police believe Dewolf was killed in cold blood, but so far have no motive why someone would want to kill the popular aspiring surgeon.
Dewolf's parents, Thomas and Kristine, spoke on "New Day" Friday to ask the public to continue to try to help solve the mystery.
Thomas said, "We’re looking for anybody that has any knowledge at all about this incident of someone coming in and shooting our son and we’d like them to come in and contact the Ann Arbor Police and give them any information that they might have."
Dewolf’s friend Sarala Sarah remembers the student as someone excited about his future.
“He was excited and ambitious and really looking forward to all the great things life had to offer for him,” Sarala says.
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