CHICAGO (WLS) -- One month after she was shot and killed, Kaylyn Pryor's family and friends are still asking for your help to find her killer.
They handed out flyers Saturday afternoon in the Englewood neighborhood where Pryor was shot while waiting for a bus.
The 20-year-old had just visited her grandparents and was heading back home to Evanston.
"The only thing I can do is pray that the person who took my child's life away from me comes forward," said Royce Pryor. "Anybody that knows any information, come forward."
Pryor was an aspiring model, winning a modeling competition and signing a contract.
There is a $26,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the gunman.
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