Cook County Crime Stoppers distributed flyers April 13 in Chicago's Lake View neighborhood concerning the murder of Kevin Clewer.
On March 24, 2004, Clewer, who was 31, was found murdered with 42 stab wounds in his Lake View apartment. This case remains unsolved with no suspect or responsible person in custody for his death. Investigation conducted by the Chicago Police Department found that Kevin was last seen on North Halsted Street with a person of interest known as "Fernando," who may help in clearing this murder.
In a statement, Clewer's brother Ron said, "In the 15 years since my brother's death, much has changed. But was has not is how much my family's life has changed since Kevin's death. We have no closure and routine thoughts about what happened to my him continually play over in our heads and hearts. Over the years, grief has grown from anger to sadness and a need for understanding and forgiveness. Now we are pleading that someone will come forward and tell us what they know. Pleaseit is time."
Tips can be left anonymously at 800-535-STOP ( 7867 ). If the information helps the police solve the case, the caller can receive up to $1,000.