Last spring, he was found dead by a popular spot on the rail road tracks in North Rapid City. Almost a year later, few answers have emerged in the murder of 45-year-old Robert Ghost Bear.
Since the murder, police say they've received few leads. But there is still an incentive to come forward with information. The Community Reward Fund is offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in the murder of Ghost Bear.
Ghost Bear was found dead March 21, 2012 near the railroad tracks on East North Street.
Police say a lot of people travel through the area Ghost Bear was found, and they're certain someone somewhere has vital information that could solve the case.
"He was a brother, he was a son and we owe it to his family and his friends to bring this case to a close," said Rapid City Police Captain James Johns.
Another unsolved case is three years cold. The Community Reward Fund is still offering a $5,000 reward for information that could lead to an arrest and conviction in the murder of 40-year-old Carl Bordeaux. Bordeaux was discovered dead in his Rapid City apartment in January of 2009.