Family wants answers after son found murdered

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UPDATE: The family has set up a memorial fund for Cody Davis. You can donate to the Cody Davis memorial fund at any Bank of Oklahoma location. 

OKLAHOMA CITY -- A family is asking for answers after their loved one, 21-year-old Cody Davis, was found shot and killed late Monday night.

Police said Davis was found shot in the parking lot of an apartment complex in the 2700 block of N. Meridian in Oklahoma City.

They said his car was found a couple of blocks away with bullet holes in it.

His family just wants to know who shot him.

His mother, April Davis, is heartbroken.

"Why did you have to take my baby," she said. "That's my baby. It's senseless. It's forever."

She said when he wasn't working, he was in school to be an armed security guard.

He had a 2-year-old daughter, Cody Jr. 

His family is pleading for someone to come forward with information so detectives can find the shooter in this year's 80 homicide.

"If it was your brother, your cousin, your dad, your mom, you would want someone to talk," Davis's aunt, Suzan Ford said.

"I hope for him they catch who did this so his life is not in vain," his mother said.

If you have any information. you can call the homicide tip line at (405) 297-1200.

You can remain anonymous and a cash reward is available.

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