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NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Almost a week after Samantha Olson was shot and killed at the intersection of McCain and JFK Boulevard, an advocacy group returned to the intersection to help garner information on the case.

"He has to pay his debt to society. It won't bring Sister Samantha back but it will help bring some closure to the family and that's what we want to do is bring some closure," Reverend Benny Johnson explains.

Johnson, whois with the organization 'Stop the Violence' stood on the corner of McCain and JFK Boulevard Tuesday, holding a sign asking for anyone with information to calltips in to theNorth Little Rock Police hotline.

A resident who lives near the intersection says, "I don't want everyone to forget. I don't want it to be something they saw on the news last week. I want it to be something in everybody's heart until we catch this guy."

Jason Benbrook stands with Reverend Johnson, to raise awareness and continue raising money for the family.

People coming together to help a family in their time of need. Benbrook says, "He'll get caught. These police officers are working day and night."

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