HARFORD COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — A Harford County murder remains unsolved after months of investigating. The man’s family is now asking the public for help.

Tracey Leong explains.

It has been four months since Thomas Anderson was shot to death in his home. The reward for information has now been increased and his family is hoping someone will come forward and give them closure.

“After this, you don’t want to be scared anymore. It’s awful,” said the victim’s daughter, Chloe Anderson.

In one night, her world was shattered.

“I remember him crawling around, back and forth, gasping for air,” she said.

The 14-year-old lost her father and best friend on August 4. He was shot to death, just feet away from where she was being held at gunpoint inside their home in Street City.

“I could see Chloe with a gun to her head, so I turned around to get my cell phone and then they came after me and dragged me out here and Tom was already on the floor,” said the victim’s wife, Regina Anderson.

Thomas Anderson’s wife of 13 years, Regina Anderson, has been replaying the nightmare over and over in her mind.

“It’s been horrible, devastating. Chloe is having nightmares. I don’t sleep well,” she said.

Investigators believe the motive was robbery. The three suspects are still on the loose.

“Homicides in Harford County, they don’t happen much, so anything like this, we try to respond and do the best we can to solve and in this case, we need the public’s help,” said Kyle Andersen, Harford County Sheriff’s Office.

The Andersons are holding on to what they do have: memories and hope the killers will be brought to justice.

“So it doesn’t happen again,” Chloe Anderson said. “They need to bring forward the information they have.”

“It would be a little easier to sleep at night,” said Regina Anderson. “They know where I live. I don’t know them but they know where I live and that’s scary.”

The reward has been increased to $8,000 for tips leading to an arrest and conviction of the three men suspected in this case. People can call Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7-LOCKUP.

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