Family holds out hope for justice 7 years after man's murder

It's been 7 years since 27-year-old Kemon Miller was shot and killed after visiting his grandmother - and police still have no leads.

He left his grandmother's house on Sussex near the Lodge Freeway on Dec. 16, 2011. He was approached by two unknown men in black hoodies, and they robbed him and shot him. 

Miller's aunt says his death has wounded the family in a way they will never heal from. 

"We have to look at [Kemon's] twin, who is probably never going to be right; my mother, who's in the kitchen, when she heard the gunshot - you're walking around here enjoying your life and you need to come forward. And my prayer is that every time you close your eyes and it has been from day one, that you see his face.

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to an arrest. Call 1-800-SPEAK-UP if you have that information. You will remain anonymous.