by: Kerry Kavanaugh Updated:
GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. - Gwinnett County police are sure someone saw something that could help solve the murder of a 24-year-old Gwinnett County woman.
Monique's father invited Channel 2's Kerry Kavanagh to join him on Tuesday as he posted fliers with her picture and handed them out to anyone walking by.
"I had one person that told me said 'I can't imagine what the family is going through,' and I said 'I'm her father," said Dan Marlowe, Monique's father.
His daughter was fatally shot Sept. 21. Monique worked for the Hertz Rental Car which at the time was on Satellite Boulevard.
It's about a hundred feet from a busy transit station, where Dan Marlowe handed out the fliers Tuesday.
For more than two months, Marlowe said he has been coping with the loss of his daughter and he still doesn't know who killed her or why.
Tuesday, he attempted to raise awareness of Monique's story in hopes of generating news leads.
By his side was the lead Gwinnett County detective working the case. One of Monique's lifelong friends was there as well.
"I think she deserves justice and if there is anybody out there who knows anything, then I hope they'll come forward," said Adam Pitts.
Adam Pitts posted the fliers around the station and inside nearby local businesses.
He said this is how he can honor his friend, help the investigation and bring Monique's family peace.
"Maybe the next person has some information that is going to lead us to the person that did this," Marlowe said.
Marlowe's family is urging anyone with information to call Gwinnett County police at 770-513-5300.
Hertz is offering a $25,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction.
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