The call for justice continues for one owensboro teenager.
Earlier today, family and friends of 15-year-old Corban Henry met, holding a rally for him.
Police say Henry was shot nearly three weeks ago outside Kendall-Perkins Park while riding on the back of a moped.
No arrests have been made, leaving his family with a long list of questions.
Those who gathered today marched up fifth street to the Owensboro Court House with a common message.
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"Spread the word," said Corban's girlfriend, Peyton Powell. "Spread the word. Make everybody know Corban's name. Make everybody know that he needs justice. Lookout for anybody that you think could be suspected. If you know anything that happened to him or anything behind the story, you need to tell somebody, so he can get his justice."
After marching to the courthouse with signs, the group then made their way to the police station before returning to the park.
This is still an ongoing investigation.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Owensboro Police Department.