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Richmond Police Seek Help In Cold Case

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RICHMOND, Ky. (LEX 18)-- Police say from the start the cases of Karen Simpson and Avery "Boochie" Evans have been tough to solve. 

Now three years later, they're hoping to make some progress by releasing new information. 

Simpson and Evans were killed in 2014 at their home off Valley Street.

A relative told police he found the back door cracked open with a cement block nearby and later found the bodies inside. 

Police say they've interviewed a number of persons of interest over the years, but are no closer to an answer at this point. 

On Friday, for the first time, they are sharing new a description of someone they are looking for from the night before the bodies were found. 

They describe him as a 16 or 17-year-old black male with short dreadlocks, shorts, a striped shirt, and something else concerning. 

"Subject appeared to have blood on his hands and his shirt, and looked disoriented or frightened in someway," said Major Steve Gregg, of the Richmond Police Department.

There is a $10,000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest in this case. 

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