For years, we've covered the unsolved homicide of Shar'Bora Daniels.
In June 2012, someone fired a shot through her father and stepmother's west Macon home. The bullet struck the 18-year-old Central High School graduate, and killed her.
Her stepmother, Lori Daniels, says Shar'Bora was just weeks away from moving to Atlanta where she'd already been accepted to Clark-Atlanta University.
"She missed all her Father's Days with her dad, all her Mother's Days with her mother. She misses everything, because they took her life at 18," says Daniels.
Macon-Bibb investigator Captain Shermaine Jones says his guys are working more than 75 cold cases. They date back to the 1970s, and Shar'Bora's is one of them.
"I don't think she was the intended target," says Jones.
Daniels says the last eight years have been frustrating. She used to call the Bibb County Sheriff's Office often for updates, but says she learned a new investigator had been assigned to Shar'Bora's case nearly every time she picked up the phone.
"I felt like from the beginning, it was brushed off," says Daniels. "Once I was told not to even call back down there."
As frustrations mounted, Daniels says someone called her in recent years with information about who may have shot Shar'Bora, and where the gun may be located, but she claims investigators haven't done anything with the tip.
"They say it's hearsay," says Daniels.
"There's been conversation with the family over the course of the years about different people to look into, but that's just information that they're getting. Then, on our side, we have to look into it to see if we can substantiate it, to put teeth into the case to move forward," says Jones.
Jones would not elaborate on specifics, or release any new information about what kind of physical evidence the sheriff's office has, but Jones insists that it's still tips like those that could eventually lead to an arrest.
"People don't understand that small things they may know about a case can be huge for us," says Jones.
As time continues to fly, the Daniels family just wants one thing.
"I just wish that if there is somebody out there that knows something different than what we know, then it's time to come forth. It's time for closure," says Daniels.
Captain Jones says they have questioned many people over the last eight years, but they've never made an arrest in Shar'Bora's case.
If you do have any information on Shar'Bora's case, you can call the Bibb County Sheriff's Office at 478-751-7500, or Crimestoppers at 1-877-68-CRIME.
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