Sumter, SC (WLTX) -- A Sumter woman is asking for your help to solve the murder of her son who first went missing in July.
Aaron Abraham, 18, was last seen at the Sumter County Library when his family reported him missing, but about a month later his body was found in a ditch along SC 261.
"It's hard not being able to see him, and knowing that the person he was, someone just took him away," said Patricia Abraham. "I still don't wanna believe it now, that he's gone, I don't really wanna believe it but I got to."
A picture from inside the Sumter Library is the last known photo of her son.
"Going to the library, that was his favorite thing, that and reading books and playing games," said Abraham of her son. She described him as a nice young man who loved art and wanted to join the military.
Police Chief Russell Roark says Aaron was well liked and thought of at Sumter High School by students and teachers, calling him a good boy.
Now Aaron's mother is left asking the community to help her family find justice.
"I feel good that people are talking and speaking out but I wish that more people would," she said.
Roark says they've already received helpful information from the public, but they're looking for more.
"We've received several tips, some of the information that we've received has been very helpful for us in identifying a possible suspect, and we're continuing to follow the leads in that area," he said.
Local law enforcement agencies joined together to form a task force to help find the person who killed Aaron. They have a special email address, facebook account and phone number just for this case so they can respond quickly and solve the case. That can't come soon enough for Patricia Abraham.
"Just please help us find the person that did it," she said.
If you have information that could help in this case you're asked to contact law enforcement.
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