MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — The twin brother of the well-known motorcyclist who was shot and killed in December of 2019 is offering a reward to catch his killer.
It’s been two months since Jermayne Doolittle was killed, and now his twin brother, Tremayne Doolittle, says his family is frustrated, and are taking action.
“I want that closure. Because that was my twin brother,” said Tremayne Doolittle.
It has been a long few months for Tremayne and his family.
“We’re looking for justice and it’s been two months and still no word,” said Doolittle.
After his brother, Jermayne was gunned down on McLaughlin Drive. The shooting happened Sunday, Dec. 15. Officers responded to reports of a shooting on McLaughlin Drive around 9 p.m. and found 44-year-old Jermayne on the ground with a gunshot wound. He died three days later in the hospital.
His family still doesn’t know what all happened that night.
“Just trying to get some solid answers,” said Doolittle.
Mobile police are still searching for the suspect, identified as 29-year-old Ravon Harris. Police say the shooting happened after Harris and Doolittle got into an argument.
But, after two months and still no arrest, Doolittle’s family says they are frustrated and are taking action into their own hands.
“That’s why we offered the reward because it seems like nothing is happening and we’re just trying to get justice for him,” said Doolittle.
Tremayne and the family are offering a $2,000 reward for an arrest and conviction of the person responsible for his twin’s death. Prichard Boxing Academy announced in December they were offering a $500 reward.
“Justice for Jermayne, that’s what it’s about,” said Gabriel Dortch, CEO of Prichard Boxing Academy.
Doolittle says he just wants closure for his brother’s death.
“Some solid answers where I can be at peace knowing that my brother can finally be at peace knowing his killers been found and finally served justice,” said Doolittle.
If you have any information, you’re urged to contact Mobile police.
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