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Grant Park residents unite to find neighbor's killer

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David McReynolds, 54, was walking through Grant Park a month ago. David McReynolds, 54, was walking through Grant Park a month ago.
Atlanta police say they are looking for these three people shown above. Atlanta police say they are looking for these three people shown above.
ATLANTA -

An Atlanta community is stepping up efforts to solve a neighbor's murder.

David McReynolds, 54, was walking through Grant Park exactly one month ago when he was shot and left to die on the sidewalk.

Family members say David played the lottery every single day and it was on his way home from the store when he was killed. They speculate this might be the reason he was targeted.

Police released a video showing three people they want to question in relation to McReynold's murder.

The Grant Park Neighborhood Association is working to boost a reward and help find whoever is responsible for his murder.

Neighbors collected money at their annual Grant Park Shade Festival all weekend.

They say the next step is a billboard with McReynold's picture on it.

If you would like to help you can make a donation to help increase the Crime Stoppers reward at the Grant Park Neighborhood Association'sFacebook page at facebook.com/GrantParkGPNA.

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