CLEVELAND - Friends and relatives looking for justice for murdered teenager Harun Frizzell (pictured, right) are taking matters into their own hands, 19/43 News reported.
Frizzell's mother, Mabel Nolen, still grieves for her son.
"He wanted to open a center so they would have some place to go to just chill out and have fun, and not have to be out on the streets," Nolen said.
The 17-year-old was fatally shot in August on Cleveland's east side. Police said that the murderer was after Frizzell's expensive new sneakers.
Tuesday night, friends and relatives went door to door in the East 147th Street and Harvard Avenue neighborhood handing out fliers.
On the flyers was a composite sketch of the man suspected of gunning down the teenager.