Family wants justice for father of 3 killed in car at gas station

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"It's hard losing my son, you know you never forget," said Pamela Ross. "It hurts so bad."

It's been almost one year since Ross, a mother, lost her son when 35-year-old Paul Ross was shot and killed. Since a wife lost her husband and their three children lost their father.

"It's hard when you go to sleep at night," said Delorian Ross, Paul's wife "You've got three babies looking for him, you don't have any answers, you don't know what to say."

His murder took place on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, at about 9 p.m. at a Sunoco gas station on Van Dyke on the city's east side.

According to Crime Stoppers, Ross was seated in his car at the pump when someone in the street started shooting. 

Paul Ross was struck by a stray bullet and later died.

Now one year later the family is pleading for answers, for justice, for closure, for someone to please say something.

"I'm asking anyone that has any information to call Crime Stoppers" said Delonda Rushing, Paul's sister-in-law. "If you don't do it for me, do it for his children and his wife and his other family just to bring us closure."

"Whoever you are or anybody that knows anything, please speak up and let us know," said Yolanda Rushing, Paul's mother-in-law. "If you have any information - please speak up - we all need closure."

If you know who killed Paul Ross, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP - you can remain anonymous - and there is a $2,500 reward. If the tip comes in by midnight - that reward is $3,500.