"There were some donuts here on this hill where his car was shot," she said, pointing to tire tracks on the asphalt.
Karen Lundgren's spent the past three months in this neighborhood handing out fliers to find answers to questions that continue to haunt her.
"The people across the street all say they heard something but they all hardly saw anything," she said. "So, I still have the question of, 'Who did this? Why? And where are they?'"
Charles Hall, Jr., 27, is a native of Star City and moved to the Maumelle area roughly two years ago. In October, he was shot and killed in his car near 11th and Fair Park in Little Rock.
"It's very heartbreaking...very heartbreaking," said Hall's cousin Michael McDonald.
Hall's death left a 10-year-old daughter without her dad, McDonald pointed out. And it's a loss McDonald himself finds hard to handle.
"It doesn't get any easier," he said. "Every day you look for answers and never get anywhere. It's a struggle. We just want closure."
According to the Little Rock Police Department, Hall's case is an active investigation.
"We know they want answers and want to know why," said Sgt. Cassandra Davis. "Unsolved cases are hard on the family but they are difficult for the detectives as well."
Hall's case is just one of a dozen murders that remain unsolved from 2012. A full break down over the past few years is featured below.
2012 47 12
2011 37 11
2010 25 04
2009 30 07
"Someone saw something. Someone knows something," Lundgren said. "You never know, any bit of information could help at any time."
The only lead the detective has in Hall's case is a possible description: two black men in a black Cadillac damaged on the right rear panel.
"The smallest bit of information could lead to something big," Sgt. Davis told us when asked what the public could do to help solve these cases.
"Sometimes after time passes, situations may have changed. Maybe a witness that was afraid can now feel comfortable stepping forward."
That's why Hall's family and friends are pleading with the public for help, offering a cash reward for information that leads to an arrest.
"I believe we owe it to him to seek justice find answers," McDonald said.