A month since Cameron Selmon was gunned down on the campus of Tennessee State University, his parents have traveled hours from Memphis, on several occasions, seeking justice.
"We're going to keep doing it, keep hitting the ground doing whatever we have to do,” said Stacia Payne, Selmon’s mother. “We have looks like 30 to 40 family members and friends here, so we're here."
On Sunday, Cameron's family braved the cold to hand out fliers to anyone they could.
They tacked the fliers to telephone poles, and even stopped to talk to people driving by. They said they were doing anything possible to get the word out and find whoever killed their son.
"He was my everything,” said Bria Rayborn, Selmon’s sister. “He was like the funny little brother. He was always happy. We always had good time. So really I'm just out here just trying to make sure whoever did this gets caught."
Anyone with information on Selmon’s murder has been urged to call Crime Stoppers at 615-74-CRIME (615-742-7463).