A Crowley teenager was shot to death, and police don't know who is responsible.

Just five days ago, Crowley Police detectives began an investigation into the death of a 17-year-old after he was shot in the early morning hours of last Friday, May 15.

Can you imagine the sheer pain of a family member who is told that their loved one is never coming home? And to add insult to injury, the police don't have any suspects in the case to determine who was responsible for your family member's death?

Crowley Police are in this situation, and the case of 17-year-old Emori Carter is being profiled by the Acadia Parish Crime Stoppers group this week in the hope that someone will come forward with information about who is responsible for this young man's homicide.

According to detectives who are investigating the case, just after midnight last Friday night, someone shot Emori Carter to death.

Police are categorizing the death as a drive-by shooting as they do know that Carter was shot at from a moving vehicle driving down West 10th Street. All of this happened as Carter was just walking down the street. Officials from the coroner's office declared him dead at the scene of the crime.

Detectives add that they do know that right before Carter was gunned down on the Crowley Street he was seen walking with two unknown individuals. Do you know them? Do you have any information that can solve this case? Homicide detectives are hoping that someone can give them information anonymously so they can give this family the closure that they need to know who killed their loved one.

There are several ways that you can give authorities information about this case without having to give your name or any other information about how you know these details. You can anonymously give information by calling the Acadia Parish Crime Stoppers tip line at 337-789-TIPS(8477). You can also download the P3 app on your phone and send in information anonymously that way as well.

If you are the first person to provide information that helps detectives solve this case, then you are eligible to receive up to a $1,000 cash for giving that information.