Editor’s Note: This article was updated to reflect an arrest in the shooting death of Durant Redmond.

TOPEKA (KSNT) – There’s no doubt Topeka’s homicide detectives have had a busy year, with a homicide rate that’s 73% higher than this time last year.

But, the good news is 88% of this year’s 26 killings are solved. Here are the three that aren’t:

Police said no arrests have been made in these cases. If you have tips for investigators, contact Crime Stoppers.

You can track the latest on all of Topeka’s homicides through the 27 News Homicide Tracker.