Kenyan family in Texas offering $10,000 reward for info on their son’s death
A Spring, Texas, family is offering a $10,000 reward for more information about their son’s death, which they believe is suspicious.
On Monday, Lubbock police found the body of 22-year-old Noble Douglas Kimanthi Abdullah, a Texas Tech University student better known as Kimo.
His body was discovered near an 11-story parking garage on campus. A police report of his death did not detail the cause of his injuries. Police believe there is no indication of foul play, although his death has not been ruled a suicide.
“Knowing Kimo’s character, he was not suicidal, well-liked and often went for early morning jogs,” father Noble Abdullah told KCBD. “We feel people were involved in his death.”
An officer at the scene who viewed surveillance footage said he saw unidentified subjects running past security cameras at 2:20 a.m. and 3:40 a.m., but “observed no further suspicious activity or subjects,” according to the police report.
Texas Tech plans to have its campus flag lowered next Friday to honor the junior, who was studying computer science and technology.