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New push to help find killer of two Winter Park teens

Nicholas Presha, 16, and Jeremy Stewart, 18.

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Family and friends are passing out flyers to help search for who killed two Winter Park High School students.

They set up a table in the parking lot of Aloma United Methodist Church in Winter Park Saturday morning.

Their goal was to pass out 6,000 flyers throughout the day.

On the flyers was information on how to donate to a reward fund offered up to anyone with information about who killed Nic Presha, 16 and Jeremy Stewart, 18.

Their bodies were found along Cady Way Trail in Orange County last Sunday. Someone had set them on fire.

Joey Schanne organized the event. He said he grew up with Presha.
"I've known him since he was in diapers, so it's real hard. I'm just trying to help any way I can," Schanne said.

Kristen Reynolds stopped by to pick up a packet of flyers. She plans to hand them out at nearby high schools. She said she used to workout with one of the victims' moms.

"The community should come together. It's tragic. It's horrible and I can't believe it happened to someone I know," Reynolds said.

If you'd like to donate to the reward fund you can make a donation at any United Regency Bank under either of the teens' names.