Abigail Ocampo hasn't gotten a good night of sleep since she was told that her 25-year-old son had been killed in a hit-and-run crash more than a year and a half ago.
"I want justice and to sleep peacefully," she said Thursday.
On Thursday, Miami police said they were "revisiting" the Sept. 20, 2016, Little Haiti crash that left Reynaldo Garcia dead in hopes of generating new leads. At the time, police said Garcia was riding his bicycle in the intersection of Northwest Third Avenue and 59th Street when he was struck by a compact four-door white car. The driver, police said, "left him for dead."
Ocampo said she wants the person who killed her son to turn themselves into police.
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Kenia Fallat, a spokeswoman for Miami police, said the department doesn't have any leads and is hoping to "refresh" the community's memory.
"We want to give closure to the family," she said. "It was an unfortunate situation and the only thing we can do is bring the person responsible for his death to justice."
Anyone with information is asked to call Miami's traffic homicide unit at 305-603-6500 or Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS (8477).