LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Family and friends of Patricia Guardado continue to search for answers.
It's been five months since the 20-year-old UALR was murdered.
She was last seen leaving for class at UALR on October 12th of 2011, and law enforcement officers discovered her body in a pond near Little Rock on October 16th.
"We still don't have any information...enough information to make an arrest or look at anyone in this incident. We're still appealing to the public if they have any information," said Sgt. Cassandra Davis of the Little Rock Police Department.
The homicide investigation has made little progress. Family and friends have put posters and billboards around the city, asking for the public's help in finding the killer.
They have offered a $10,000 reward.
"Several phone calls and received some information and we've been following up on that, however the information flow has kind of slowed down," Sgt. Davis said.
But it is not classified as a cold case -- a number of years would need to pass.
"It's only been five months. We've had homicides to occur and then a year later be solved. So not that we want or expect this to take a year, but it is not necessarily listed as a cold case at this time," added Sgt. Davis.
The billboards were donated by a member of St. Edward Catholic Church where the Guardado family attends.
Any information given to police in this case will remain confidential.