Murdered Teen's Reward Fund
Who murdered 16-year-old Sebastian Ochsenius? It's a question detectives are still unable to answer.
Early Tuesday morning, Ochsenius was shot multiple times and found on the kitchen floor of his home in Northwest Gainesville. Ochsenius died in his father's arms.
"I don't know who did this, I don't know the reason," said Boris Ochsenius, at his son's candlelight vigil Friday night.
For Boris Ochsenius, finding a reason will not bring his son back.
"I'm not angry at all, I feel like they take a part of my life, that's the way I feel-they take a part of my life away" he said.
But finding his son's killer, Ochsenius says, may bring him some peace.
Since his murder, the Sebastian Ochsenius Reward Fund has been growing. His family is working on bringing national attention to the fund, in hopes their tragedy isn't repeated.
Spokesperson for the Alachua County Sheriff's Office, Steve Maynard said Monday, there is no new information regarding Ochsenius' murder that they can release at this time.
Maynard hopes to release new information during tomorrow morning's briefing with detectives.
The Sebastian Ochsenius Reward Fund is being set up through the law offices of Gloria Fletcher at 4510 N.W. Sixth Place, Gainesville, FL 32607.
Phone: (352) 331-2202
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