FITZGERALD, GA (WALB) - Family and friends are asking for help in finding justice for 21 year old Nicolas Green, who was killed November 15th last year in Atlanta.
Green, who moved to Atlanta from Fitzgerald, was waiting for his brother at a convenience store after leaving his job. Shortly after a silver Hyundai sonata pulled along side them on McDaniel Street and opened fire, killing him.
Family and friends say people were drawn to Green's infectious personality and children couldn't wait to get in his barber chair just to spend some time in his presence.
He was the youngest of four brothers, and the first one to graduate. His family wants to keep the investigation alive and are frustrated that law enforcement isn't giving them any answers.
"He called me almost every day and he was so concerned about his mom so the hardest part for me is knowing I'll never see him again never talk to him again never hear his voice he didn't deserve it," said his mother, Kiki Wilcox.
Police are looking for this person in the photograph that was inside the convenience store at the time of the incident and may have information.
If you know the person in the picture or have any information you are asked to call Atlanta crime stoppers at 404-577-TIPS.