Years later, organization is still pushing to find toddler's killer

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More than 2 years since the abduction and murder of Nevaeh Buchanan, the organization "Justice For Nevaeh" is still working to find person responsible for the Monroe toddler's death.

On Thursday night, another event was held to distribute posters publicizing the up to $50,000 still being offered for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in the case.

In the months since the girl's disappearance and death, local residents have been working with authorities to generate new leads in the case.

Earlier this year, "Justice For Nevaeh" spearheaded an effort to create a new team of responders that would be dispatched when a missing child is reported.

Nevaeh disappeared from her apartment complex on May 24, 2009, when she was 5 years old.

In early June that year, fishermen discovered the girl's body in a concrete-covered grave near the bank of the River Raisin.

If you have any information call Crime Stoppers in Michigan at 1-800-SPEAK-UP.