Family looking for closure in cold case

Posted at 11:30 PM, Apr 29, 2016
and last updated 2016-04-29 23:30:36-04

A Baltimore County family is searching for closure to the bizarre circumstances surrounding the death of Kenny Henson.

The Woodlawn man was last seen alive in May 2015. He had gone to get his car washed in the Walbrook Junction area of the city on the last day of the curfew following the riots. 

In October, a human skull was found near Owings Mills Boulevard and Gwynbrooke Avenue. In December, the family learned it was Kenny's remains. 

Related: Skeleton remains found in Owings Mills identified, investigated as homicide

Police have no suspects. Family members say Kenny was a loving father, brother and nephew. His Aunt Vernell Lucadamo asks if anyone saw anything to please say something. 

"It's OK to let us know what happened," she said. "It hurts, but we still need to know. We love him. we don't bring him back, but we'd still like to know."

Kenny has four children and his family is coping the best he can.