While friends and family continue to mourn the death of popular Evansville club DJ, Shane Breedlove, his close friend, Nashville musician, Jackson Young, has started a GoFundMe account to collect money that will be used as a reward for finding his killer.

Breedlove's body was discovered by Evansville Police Sunday night around 9:30 near the intersection of Washington and Thompson Avenues on Evansville's east side. Investigators told local news outlets the body had visible signs of trauma and shell casings were found nearby. They're asking the public to provide any information that will lead to a suspect by calling the Vanderburgh County Prosecutor's We Tip Hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME (27463) or the Evansville Police Department Tip Line at 812-435-6194.

The GoFundMe account creating by Young has a goal of raising $10,000 and states the purpose of the fund is "dedicated to the apprehension and incarceration of the "coward" who mudered (sic) my brother and friend." As of this writing, $1,610 has been raised.

Visit the "BreedloveNotHate" account at GoFundMe.com to make a donation.