How much is a life worth?
A convenience store clerk lost his life for less than $200.
His family's grief will never be over.
Hopefully the investigation will be over soon, with your help in this week's WAFF 48 Crimestoppers.
"He was wonderful".
"He had such a joy and passion for life".
"To know Mel was to love Mel".
"Mel" being Linda Lovette's brother Melvin Lovette, Jr., a clerk at the Conoco on Drake Avenue who was shot and killed during a robbery March 11th.
The two suspects, one 6 feet, the other 5'8", both medium build.
A senseless crime, robbing a store of money and robbing a family of so much more.
"My family is shattered. Life will never be the same," says Linda Lovette.
"He had a passion for life and someone stole his life for $120".
"I wonder was my brother afraid? Did he have time to be afraid? Was he alone when he....I can't sleep at night".
"We want justice for my brother and he deserves nothing less".
Hopefully if your conscience doesn't make you call, maybe dollars will.
Conoco is offering $2,000 for information leading to an arrest.
That's in addition to the up to $1,000 offered by Crimestoppers.
Please call 53-crime with your anonymous tip.
Your calls to 53-crime can also bring Kimberly Nelson to justice.
She's wanted for failing to return a rental car to Enterprise rental.
Davida Chanta Douglas is wanted for theft by deception.
Isais Victoriano Salinias is wanted for 2 counts of sexual abuse.
Nikki Michelle Hazel is wanted for 2 counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument.
Joseph Montize Keith saw himself on TV turned himself in for possessing and distributing illegal narcotics.
Bettie Parker also turned herself in after being shown for possession of a controlled substance.
And Jody Lynn Jordan has been arrested for allegedly stealing merchandise from a local business.