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Boy killed by stray bullet remembered on his birthday


Despite a $60,000 reward fund, the killer of a Minneapolis boy who died two years ago remains at large.

WCCO Radio reports that Terrell Mayes would have turned 5 years old Sunday.

Mayes and his family were eating dinner on the day after Christmas in 2011 when they heard shots. The boy and his two brothers were running up the steps to find a safe place when Terrell was struck in the head by a bullet that penetrated his North Minnepolis home.

Minneapolis Police have identified two groups involved, but no one has been arrested in the

Anyone with information related to the case is asked to contact the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension’s Cold Case Unit at 877-996-6222 or 651-793-7000.

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