Akrian Evans was gunned down in his Nampa home one year ago on his daughter's 9th birthday, now his father is offering up a $25,000 reward to help catch his killer!

He was just 26 years old. Akrian Evans lived on Garrity Blvd in Nampa and was shot in his home March 14, 2015.

Akrian's Father, Richard Evans told KTVB that he knows "someone is out there feeling guilty" and he hopes offering up a $25,000 reward will lead to an arrest and the conviction of his sons killer.

Nampa police say the case is still open, but the trail has gone cold.

The only theory police have is that Akrian may have been shot by a man who had come to his home looking to buy wooden pallets. They've released this sketch of that man.

Nampa Police

He's described as

  • about 35 years old
  • 5'6" or 5'7"
  • about 170 lbs.
  • long dark hair tied back in a ponytail
  • tan complexion
  • possibly unshaven
  • driving a white pickup truck

Akrian's Father thinks his son may have been targeted for money or prescription pain pills.

Anyone who thinks they have any information should contact the Nampa Police at 465-2257 or you can contact Crime Stoppers at 343-COPS.