PHOENIX -- Rick and Amy Shuman held a black and white photo of their father, who they described as a colorful man.
“He was truly a remarkable person. Generous, loving and fun, and everything you would hope a decent person would be,” said Rick.
Rick’s father, 84-year-old Irv Shuman, was beaten and killed four years ago at his office on 7th Avenue and Camelback, in Phoenix.
A day later Shuman's car was found in California, but still no arrests.
Amy wants closure.
“I do think that I would feel better if the person was caught and behind bars. I want justice for my dad,” said Amy.
Shuman’s three children are tired of waiting for a break in the case and pooled their money together for a reward.
“Unfortunately, there has been no lead or break through which is why we're hoping that in offering this reward for a short period of time somebody will provide that lead and that information and held us solve this murder,” said Rick.
A $30,000 reward is being offered to catch Shuman's killer.
The clock is ticking, the reward expires Monday, October 22.
“We wanted to set time parameters. If somebody is watching this, this is your moment to do the right thing. This is a one time, one week offer, and that’s it,” said Shuman.