A father's appealing for help to break a wall of silence protecting his son's killer.
Halton McCollin was gunned down at a takeaway in Greater Manchester in what police believe was a case of mistaken identity.
Five years on from his death, his father says he feels a chill down his spine thinking about the gunman, and his accomplices, feeling no remorse for taking an innocent life.
The family of a young man who was murdered in Manchester five years ago are using the anniversary of his death to appeal for information to find his killer.
20 year old Halton McCollin was shot dead whilst he waited at a takeaway in Stretford in 2008.
Despite a fifty thousand pound reward for information, no one has ever been held accountable for his death.