Police Release Sketch In Hopes Of Solving Garner Teen's Death
Posted March 4, 2004
GARNER, N.C. — As part of the continuing investigation into the death of Joshua Davis, Garner police and State Bureau of Investigation have released a composite of a person seen in the area during the time 16-year-old was killed on Jan. 6.
Police said someone came forward with credible information that resulted in the composite.
The person is described as a white man in his mid-teens to early 20s with broad in shoulders and athletic build. The peron was wearing a white hooded sweatshirt, light blue (Carolina blue) athletic pants with white stripes down both sides and white tennis shoes.
Investigators would like to speak with this individual and believe he can help. Investigators are encouraging this individual or anyone who may recognize him, to call Garner police at (919) 773-6070 or the State Bureau of Investigation at (800) 334-3000.
A $10,000 reward has been issued for anyone who provides information that solves this case.