27-year-old Gina Clark-Lewis was gunned down at 10:00 p.m. on March 26th in front of her apartment at The Landings at Pine Lake in Lindenwold.
Her father had to give the heart-breaking news to her mother.
Gina was coming home from work in Philadelphia. She had just picked up dinner at a Lindenwold Restaurant.
So far, there are new clues, but police say this is by no means a cold case.
"Whoever is responsible for what happened to Gina can be assured that our office won't stop until justice is served," Camden County Prosecutor's Office Investigator James Pisano said.
A $1,000 reward is being offered.
If you have any information please call the tipline at 215-546-TIPS.
Gina was just months away from graduating Temple University with a major in public health.
"Her goals were to always give back to the community, her friends, keeping people together," her mother said.
She would have turned 28 this month, but instead of planning a birthday party, the family is planning a memorial.
"We want to keep her alive because she's an angel. She's looking over us and taking care of us as with all the people she loved and shared a life with," her mother said.