New evidence surfaces in Sanford cold case murder

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SANFORD, Fla. —

Eyewitness News obtained new surveillance video tied to a Sanford murder.

Police just released video in hopes of generating new leads.

Marcus Killingsworth, a father of two, was killed in March. Police still haven't named a suspect in his murder Monday.

Investigators said he was in front of a home on 12th Avenue in Sanford when he was targeted and shot to death.

Eyewitness News spoke with the victim's twin sister, Marcia Killingsworth.

She said she thinks there is a culture of fear in the Goldsboro community, both of being the next target of those responsible and also a lack of trust with the Sanford Police Department.

This video shows two men walking away from the scene of a Sanford slaying in March.

"How are we as a family supposed to deal with that? How are we supposed to feel safe in our own home when there are more people out there who (are) involved in this?" Marcia said.

Eyewitness News showed the new evidence to Marcia Friday. She said she believes people in the Goldsboro neighborhood where the murder happened know who's responsible.

"I think that their main concern is not wanting to have any involvement with the police," Marcia said.

A memorial shows just how many people knew Marcus. There are at least a hundred signatures on a board in his honor, but so few people have gone to police with any information on his death.

"I mean everyone says that they love him and no one could come and tell nothing?" Marcia asked. "No one could even call Crimeline's tip?"

Five months later, she hopes someone will see the video and speak up on her brother's behalf.

"Show him the love that he did to you guys. Pour all that love that you have inside of you into his case," Marcia said.