GLENDALE, Ariz. - It's been one year since Job Dennis was shot and killed in Glendale and now his family is speaking out, hoping to catch a killer.
"It's crushing," said Carolyn Riley, Job's mother. "It's so crushing because of the memories."
Those memories are all Riley has left of her son.
Job Dennis was shot multiple times and left for dead near 63rd Avenue and Northern in Glendale, in the late afternoon on July 24th, 2016.
"It's been painful every day," said Dennis's brother, Joshua Dennis.
Now Job's brother and mother are speaking out, hoping it'll help police get a tip and catch whoever killed Dennis. They don't have any suspects, but think the the shooter sped away in a dark colored sedan.
Job Dennis was just 27 years old when he died and the high school football star and homecoming king is missed by his family and friends every day.
"My son loved laughter. He liked making people laugh," Riley said.
"He was big into football," Joshua Dennis said. "He loved helping people. He always helped people. He would give anybody the shirt off his back."
If you have any information about who killed Job Dennis, you're asked to call Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS. You can remain anonymous and receive a reward of up to $1,000.
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