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Vigil is held for teen who was shot to death 1 year ago

David Gould  (Source: Cincinnati Police) David Gould (Source: Cincinnati Police)
MADISONVILLE, OH (FOX19) -

A vigil was held on Saturday for a teen who was found shot to death one year ago.

David Gould was 19 years old when police found him dead in the hallway of an apartment building in the 5400 block of Madison Rd. on May 26, 2011.

"I'd just like to keep his name out there in the public so that they know this is one more unsolved murder. And we're not going to sit still until the killer is caught," said the victim's mother, Lisa.

No one has been arrested in this case. If you have information, call Crimestoppers 513-352-3040.

 

 


 

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