Crimestoppers: Family Searching for Clues

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - The family of Ja'Ron McGill is searching for clues in the 19-year-old's murder.

It's been five months since McGill was shot and killed; his body found laying in the street.

By all accounts, Ja'Ron was as good a son as any father would want.  We worked part-time at the airport while finishing his last year in high school, he was a drummer at his church.

Ja'Ron's family - his father, his mother Jackie and 17-year-old brother Josh, can't understand why a kid walking home from his girlfriend's house was ambushed by three men in a car with lights off.

The family is doing all it can to get answers, even posting a reward of $5,000.

If you have any information that can help out, call Crimestoppers at (704) 334-1600.  The line is anonymous and police can use any clues they can get.