Castle Rock father offers $10,000 for information about Holly Moore’s death

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CASTLE ROCK, Colo. -- The family of Holly Moore is marking a painful one-year anniversary this week since the 19-year-old died.

Castle Rock police ruled the teen’s death a suicide, but an independent forensic expert, hired by the family, said broken bones and other injuries on her body indicate she was murdered.

A FOX31 Denver Problem Solvers investigation prompted the Colorado Bureau of Investigation to get involved and the agency is in the process of reinvestigating the case.

The recent sale of the Moore family home is also allowing Ray Moore to offer a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

“We know there are witnesses out there,” Moore said. "And we are hoping they will come forward.”

To commemorate the anniversary, Ray Moore and his daughter, April Moore, invited friends and family to a balloon launch and candlelight vigil.

“We remembered Holly in a positive way,” April Moore said. “It’s tough because I don’t have my best friend to talk to anymore, my sister.”

For Ray and April Moore, it has been an excruciatingly long year, but they still have hope of finding justice for Holly.

“We believe she wants justice and we are doing this for her," Ray Moore said.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the CBI's 24-hour tip line at 303-239-5732.

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