DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - It has been almost a year since a man was gunned down at a Dayton bus stop and his family still waits for answers and justice.
At about midnight on May 12, 2012, Michael Mills, 48, was shot to death while waiting for the bus at the corner of Victor and Wheatley avenues in Dayton.
Mills attempted to get away, but collapsed several yards down the street on Victor Avenue. Neighbors reported hearing the gunshots, but so far nobody has reported seeing anything that night.
As the one year anniversary of his murder approaches, his family is still struggling with the loss.
"I think the worst part is just not hearing anything and not knowing exactly what happened our family's never been through anything like this. I wouldn't wish it upon anyone and I think my kids would just like some type of closure," said Kim Mills, former wife.
"I still cry every day. I still think about him every day, the pain's just as bad today as the first day I found out." said Kara Mills, daughter.
Dayton police need your help to find the killer. "Perhaps you've heard someone bragging about it or maybe you remember seeing something that night," she said.
Call Crime Stoppers at 222-7867 if you know anything about the crime.
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