PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (WTXF) - All he wanted was some help starting his car. Now, nine years later, investigators are still searching for the people who killed him.
Philadelphia police say that September 2008, 24-year-old Matt Novak got into a car with some strangers expecting them to help him with his car trouble.
Instead, Novak was shot and left to die.
Almost a decade later, the reward to find his killers has just jumped to $45,000.
Police have put up a new billboard along I-676 in Camden asking people for information.
Police say, at this point, they're just trying to keep the investigation alive.