Family of child shooting victim want more money for reward

Terrell Mayes Jr. was shot and killed by a stray bullet two weeks ago at his home in Minneapolis, and no arrests have been made. Mad Dads of Minneapolis is working to raise more money towards a $1,000 reward offered by police. They hope it will bring people forward with more information.
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Terrell Mayes Jr. was shot and killed by a stray bullet two weeks ago at his home in Minneapolis, and no arrests have been made. Mad Dads of Minneapolis is working to raise more money towards a $1,000 reward offered by police. They hope it will bring people forward with more information.

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