A park bench in Warwick City park now honors the memory of 66-year-old Jack Fay. Fay was on his routine morning run through City Park when he was murdered. His body found stuffed in a trash barrel on May 18th.
Since his brutal killing, Fay's family and police have been searching for answers. Even offering a 25,000 dollar reward for any information leading to an arrest.
The bench was installed near the location where Fay's body was found.
The plaque reads: "In loving memory of Jack W. Fay who ran in this park for over 30 years until his untimely death on May 17, 2013. Enjoy this place and find peace in your rest."
Anyone with information on this case is urged to called Warwick Police.