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San Antonio Police are asking for help solving a cold case murder.
36-year-old Freddie Ybarra was gunned down on West Mulberry five years ago.
Police say he was found face down in the road and they have no known witnesses.
Ybarra's sister still has his ashes on display on her apartment.
She says her family won't bury him until there's an arrest in the case.
"We just can't until we find out who did it and why they did it,” said sister Veronica Ybarra. “And then we can lay him down to rest."
Crime Stoppers is offering a five-thousand dollar reward for information leading to an arrest.
If you know anything about the murder of Freddie Ybarra, call 224-STOP.
Officials link E. coli outbreak to restaurant
May 21, 2013 20:00 GMT
BRYAN, Texas (AP) -- Authorities have traced an E. coli outbreak in Central Texas to meat served to customers of a Mexican restaurant.
Health officials in Brazos County said Tuesday ground meat prepared at Coco Loco in College Station over a three-day period in mid-April carried a virulent strain of the bacteria.
The Eagle reports (http://bit.ly/18fZ4ux) that Brazos County Health Authority Dr. Eric Wilke describes the outbreak as an isolated matter and says the restaurant has taken steps to prevent any future problems.
In a show of support, Wilke took a bite from a Coco Loco taco while meeting with the media.
Officials say five people were infected and that five other cases were investigated due to similar symptoms and are classified as probable E. coli.
A restaurant manager wasn't immediately available for comment.
Information from: The Eagle, http://www.theeagle.com
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