Akron police say they're still investigating the murder of four people found shot in the head last week at a North Akron apartment complex.
But as a $2,000 reward is being offered in the Kimlyn Circle killings, police are hoping to find someone whose discovery could help shed light on the case.
Akron police Lt. Rick Edwards tells AkronNewsNow.com that a man wearing a yellow construction vest returned a cell phone to a Subway restaurant.
"We need help in identifying who he is," Edwards explained. "He's not a suspect, but he did turn in a phone belonging to one of our homicide victims."
Lt. Edwards tells AkronNewsNow that the cell phone was returned to the Subway at Mogadore Road and East Market Street in Ellet. He says they hope to talk to the man to get possible information about the phone's discovery.
"He's a Good Samaritan, not described as a person of interest, we just want to know who he is and where he found the phone," said Edwards.
As of now, no suspects have been identified, and police are combing through neighborhood interviews near the crime scene.
Anyone who can identify the individual in the photo is being asked to call Akron Police.