Family offers new reward in Larry Flaccamio death investigation

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala.-- Sunday would have been Larry Flaccamio's 18th birthday. A year and a half after he was fatally shot in the back of the head, there are still no charges in the case. His family is now offering a new incentive for anyone who speaks up.

Flaccamio's mother, Donna Howell, said, "Because they're not gonna come forward unless there's an incentive to come forward."

That incentive is a reward in the form of $1,000, for any information that leads to a conviction. Howell said every day is hard, but his loss is especially felt on days like his birthday. She said, "You know there's a lot of things that I'm missing, because somebody took him."

Among those things are seeing Larry go to prom, and graduate high school which he would've done this year. Howell believes something needs to change, saying "People have to stand up and say enough is enough. One life is too many, but look at all the lives we've lost."

Howell hopes this new offer will bring justice for her son.