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Reward Offered for Info About Teen's 2002 Shooting Death

Posted April 4, 2008

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— A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest in the 2002 death of Ian Davis, 18, on Seaton Road in Parkwood.

Davis’ family added the reward to the existing Crime Stoppers reward for information in the case.

Davis was shot to death on Oct. 1, 2002 inside a townhouse at 1304 Seaton Road, Apt. 6. Several unknown people allegedly broke into the townhouse shortly before 3 a.m. and fatally shot Davis.

Crime Stoppers will pay cash for information leading to the identification and arrest of people wanted on felonious charges. All information can be given in complete confidentiality and callers are not required to identify themselves.

If you have information about the crime, contact Investigator Michele Soucie at 919-560-4440 ext. 274 or call Crime Stoppers at 919-683-1200.


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  • Ready for Summer Apr 4, 2008

    I knew Ian when he was younger. I use to be his afterschool care teacher. Ian was a wonderful child to have in the program. I was in total disbelief and shock when I heard about this in 2002. It broke my heart because he was such a sweet and respectful child. I pray that they find whomever is responsible for this horrible crime and his family can finally be at peace.

  • jbirdnc Apr 4, 2008

    I grew up in this area, near Parkwood. While I don't recall this story, as I long left Durham before then, this sounds like a story long forgotten. Sad, but if there are no clues or descriptions given, "no snitch'n" is in full force with this one. The killers are probably dead themselves already. I feel for this kid's family to deal with this.

  • TheAdmiral Apr 4, 2008

    I posted several hints as to who did it, but the moderators are still in the belief that there are no such thing as Gangs in the area.

  • twc Apr 4, 2008

    I can't believe that a crime of this nature with that many perpetrators hasn't been solved or, at the very least, kept in the public spotlight!