CARSON (CBS) — The City of Carson offered a $25,000 reward Tuesday to help solve the murder of a 22-year-old after-school program aide.
Authorities say Dorian Holt was returning home around 4:45 a.m. on July 8 when he gunned down on the 20000 block of Pricetown Avenue.
A light-colored sedan was seen leaving the area, officials said.
It’s been two weeks since that fatal shooting and detectives still have no clues, no leads and no motive.
“He was going to be a new uncle this month. He’ll never get to see his brother’s baby that’s going to be born,” Clarinda Williams, mother of Dorian Holt said.
Holt’s family says the aspiring musician worked seven days a week and spent his time in recording studio or at work at Long Beach Memorial care and at an after school program.
“He worked at an after school program to help kids and he had nothing in his background that would suggest he would be targeted for anything,” Lt. Matt Burson of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told CBS2 and KCAL9 reporter Cristy Fajardo.
His family says Holt liked helping others and now they hope someone will help him by coming forward with any information.
Anyone with information in the case should call sheriff’s detectives at (323) 890-5500.