CONWAY, AR - "Right now, we can't even grieve,” Alicia Billings Page said. “We're just so angry."
People in Conway may not have known him, but they know his roller rink.
It's been two weeks since authorities found Larry Billings dead and so far: no arrests, no sign of the weapon, no sign of Billings' truck.
"We just don't want it forgotten, you know?” Page said. “We don't want to be one of these a year from now still wondering what happened."
That's why the Billings family is now offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of their loved one's killer.
Sheriff’s office investigators explained that they do have persons of interest and quote "significant evidence" in the case, but it's still not enough. What they - and the Billings family - hopes is that someone will spot Larry Billings' missing truck. It's a blue 2007 Nissan Titan with the license plate 631 MEM.
"Anything that somebody thinks they might have heard, thinks they might have seen, just call," Page said.
Page knows she isn't getting her dad back. Her hope though, is that she can get his truck back and that leads to her father's killer.
"I know he's buried but I haven't even really been able to cry about it yet because I'm so, I've got tunnel vision right now, and I just want to find out who did this," Page said.