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Murder of Aurora man with developmental disability remains unsolved

Terrell Ephriam was brutally attacked and stabbed on a pedestrian bridge in Aurora on Feb. 26, 2014.

AURORA, Colo. — Six years ago, 20-year-old Terrell Ephriam was found stabbed to death at the Sand Creek Greenway Open Space near East 28th Avenue and Wheeling Street in Aurora.

Ephriam was attacked shortly before 5 p.m. on Feb. 26, 2014, according to Aurora Police (APD).

> Above video first aired in 2016 when we spoke with Ephriam's family about the case

"I think we're always really hopeful with these cold cases that there is somebody out there with some information and I don't know what it takes to compel these people to come forward, but just know that there's a lot of people out there the police department, the family who are really trying hard to solve this case and get justice for the victim," said Bill Hummel with APD in 2017.

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Ephriam, who had a developmental disability, was a student at Crossroads Transitions Center within the Aurora Public School District. 

"The people who knew and worked with him were significantly impacted by his life," said program director Kathy Fisher in 2014.

Terrell Ephriam, a special education student, was stabbed to death in Aurora on February 26, 2014.

No suspects have been identified in his killing, according to a Facebook post from Crime Stoppers.

Police are asking anyone who may have witnessed this incident or has any information on this case to please call Agent Matt Ingui with the Major Crimes Homicide Unit at (303) 739-6067.

They can also call Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867 or by visiting metrodenvercrimestoppers.com. Tipsters can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000. 

Metro Denver Crime Stoppers works by assigning a code to people who anonymously submit a tip. Information is shared with law enforcement, and Crime Stoppers are notified at the conclusion of the investigation. 

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From there, an awards committee reviews the information provided and, if the information leads to an arrest, the tipster will be notified. Rewards can be collected using the code numbers received when the tip was originally submitted. 

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