Milwaukee man shot, killed on south side: 'Complete shock'

An 18-year-old Milwaukee man's family is looking for answers after he was shot and killed on the city's south side Monday, Feb. 6. 

Teryton Bonner was shot at a gas station near 17th and Rogers around 5 p.m. 

"I hope they find who did this," said Junell Bannister, Bonner's aunt. "We are never going to see him again."

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Bonner's family believes he was targeted and is trying to find closure. 

"They’re young, and I just think somebody didn’t like him," Bannister said. "Very distraught over this. He’s so young, so we’re just in complete shock."  

Teryton Bonner and family

Bannister described Bonner as a loving, family guy. He leaves behind a girlfriend with a baby on the way.

"He liked to be silly. He’s very, very – he has a big heart," she said.

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Bonner had just moved back to Milwaukee last spring. Bannister wishes she could have warned him about the city's violence.

"We definitely need guidance, change, something," she said.

Investigators are looking into what led to the shooting. No arrests have been made. Anyone with any information is asked to contact Milwaukee police at 414-935-7360 or to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 414-224-Tips or P3 Tips. 

A GoFundMe online fundraiser was created to help with funeral costs.