It's been nearly one year since a man was murdered in Monroe County.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- After a Monroe County jury found a second suspect not guilty in the murder of Donald Gentry, the victim's sister is pleading for answers.
"I wanna know exactly what happened to my brother," Beverly Gentry, the victim's sister, said.
Donald Gentry, 66, was found bludgeoned to death with a landscaping brick and claw hammer nearly one year ago.
"How would you feel if someone did something like this to your family?" Beverly said. "All I want is justice."
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On Aug. 17, a jury found John Griffin not guilty for Donald's murder.
Griffin and Christina Harmon were both accused of the crime. Harmon was acquitted of all charges in June.
Still reeling from losing her brother, Beverly says she feels like she's back where she started.
"If anybody has information about my brother, please come forward," she said.
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