RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — The FBI is offering $10,000 in the hopes that someone comes forward with information about who killed Ron Holder. 

8News spoke with his beloved girlfriend, who wanted to be identified as only Angela, on Thursday. She said the money offered has brought her hope that justice will be served after Holder was gunned down over two years ago outside of a Dollar General in Richmond. 

“This was his favorite saying, ‘I love you more,'” Angela said. “Holidays are hard.”

She said that Christmas especially is a tough holiday for her. 

“Every year I’ll get an ornament and put it on the tree in honor of him,” she said. “That’s become a tradition.” 

Holder was killed in October 2016. He was the manager of the Dollar General on Walmsley Boulevard. Police say he was there early in the morning picking up the overnight money deposits. 

Someone walked up to Holder’s car and demanded cash. The suspect opened fire, leaving Holder with multiple gunshot wounds. He later died at the scene. 

“It just felt like a nightmare. It really did. It didn’t feel like it was real,” Angela said. 

She hopes the money offered by the FBI will lead to clues. 

“There’s someone out there who knows what happened and I’m hoping that they will use this opportunity to do the right thing,” she said. 

Angela told 8News she’s stuck wondering why someone would commit such a senseless crime.

“He has just a beautiful heart,” she said, “He was just the type of person that would go out of his way for anyone.” 

If you have any information to help the FBI, contact them at 804-261-1044 or tips.fbi.gov.

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