Family Still Looking For Answers in SoCal Doctor's Unsolved 2012 Death

A $50,000 reward still stands in finding the killer in the 2012 unsolved homicide of chiropractor Robert Rainey

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    Dr. Robert Rainey was found bludgeoned to death in his West Los Angeles office on May 31, 2012.

    Nearly two years after a Southern California doctor was found beaten to death outside his Culver City office, family and friends were still working for answers in the unsolved homicide on Saturday.

    Detectives were called to Robert Rainey’s office on May 31, 2012 after a patient found Rainey bludgeoned outside his chiropractic office in the 9200 block of Venice Boulevard.

    There are currently no suspects in the case and a $50,000 reward to find his killer still stands.

    Family members and some of Rainey’s runner friends gathered near where he was killed to pass out flyers in hopes they might jog someone’s memory.

    Rainey’s wife was expected to speak publicly for the first time since her husband’s death.

    Police released surveillance images in November 2013 of the parking lot in front of Rainey’s practice the morning he was beaten.

    “It looked like he was surprised,” Los Angeles Police Detective Tom Small said in November. “It looks like it could have been a sudden onslaught.”

    Anyone with information is urged to call LAPD West Bureau Homicide Unit at 213-382-9470. Anonymous tipsters can call 800-222-8477 or text TIPLA plus your tip to 274637.

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