Four months later, no arrest in toddler’s murder
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – It’s been more than four months since Lindsey Connor buried her baby. The man Connor says killed her four-year-old son, Aydan Perea, during a drive-by shooting has never been caught.
“It’s very frustrating. I’ve made flyers. I’ve knocked on doors and I can’t convince anybody to come forward and I don’t know what else to do, ” the 27-year-old, frustrated mother told Fox 4′s Robert Townsend during an interview at her home Tuesday.
“I miss him being a brat. I miss him running around and tearing everythng up. He had the most beautiful smile and the most beautiful eys,” says a crying Connor.
On December 15, 2012 Aydan’s father, Sergio Perea, told Kansas City, Mo., police he strapped his son in his car seat, outside Aydan’s aunt’s house, when a car-load of guys pulled up.
One of the men fired multiple gunshots. A bullet hit Aydan in his head. The child remained on life support for almost a week before he died.
“The person who did this took a life from me, his father and Aydan’s eight year old brother misses his baby brother a lot,. I just want somebody to come forward and tell the cops what they saw. Somebody out there knows who killed my baby,” says Lindsey Connor.
“And thre needs to be justice for Aydan. You know this is a beautiful, little boy who was senselessly murdered, ” says Linda Connor, the boy’s grandmother.
A spokesman for the Kansas City police says at this time detectives do not have any solid leads or suspects in connection with the murder Aydan Connor.
Investigators continue to ask anyone with information to call the TIPS hotline at 816-474-TIPS and you can remain anonymous.
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