Family wants justice for Army vet found shot to death in driveway

Friday is the 2nd anniversary of Louis Perry's death. 

The 49-year-old Army veteran was found dead, shot to death, in a driveway in Inkster in 2016. His grieving family and friends are still holding out hope that they will see justice. 

"I miss my uncle so much. It's so different without him around. It's so sad to not ever hear his voice again," says Janis Perry. "He was like the life of everyone. He brought the good out of everyone. He was such a good person and he did not deserve this."

"It's been two years since this unfortunate, undeserving tragic event took place. I come just to ask anybody - there's no information too big; there's no information too small. Anybody, to speak up and speak out," says a good friend, Darrin Gordon. 

Police say 911 calls were made June 29, 2016 around 3:40 in the morning. Investigators found Perry's body two hours later in a driveway in the 26000 block of Avondale.

Perry's family says he was out mowing lawns the day before but did not pick up the phone when his mother called him that evening. What exactly unfolded in those fateful hours is still a mystery.

"This has been going on much too long. There is someone who knows something," says Rev. Rahim Shabazz. 

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $2,500 for information that leads to an arrest. If you have that information, call 1-800-SPEAK-UP. Your tip will be anonymous. 

Perry is survived by his two children.