He's talking on camera for the first time, hoping it will help police find his son's killer.
Police found John Browning's son, Dustin, along with Robbie Reese and Clayton Edge, shot to death inside a Clark County home earlier this year.
So far, no one has been arrested, but the victims' families now hope money will give them the answers they desperately want.
Earlier this month, John Browning announced he would offer a $5,000 reward for any information leading to an arrest and conviction. Authorities say tips and calls have started to come in, and now the families are asking for the community's help to raise the reward.
It's a family's search for answers.
They're starting with donation boxes at local businesses.
"I just don't want any other family to go through what we've gone through," says Browning.
Donation boxes will be in several locations here in Winchester for those who want to donate.
So far, donation boxes are available at the BP Gas Station on North Main and the Gasoline Alley 12 off of Interstate 64 and a local church.
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