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It's been two years since the body of a Central Kentucky man was found in his burned out truck. After an investigation police determined 45-year-old Mark Dunn of Nicholasville was murdered. On this two year anniversary, his wife still continues to hope for answers.
May 6, 2008 is a day many people in Jessamine County haven't forgotten. Police discovered a burned out pickup truck at the end of Hunter's Ferry Road in Jessamine County, burned so badly that in the coming days they had to use dental records to identify the man inside.
They would determine it was 45-year-old Mark Dunn, who they say died of a gunshot wound. Two years later, there's still questions as to who committed the crime.
"I can't believe it's been two years and no news. No one has come forward and I believe someone knows", says Paula Dunn.
Paula Dunn says there's not a day that goes by that she doesn't think of her husband.
"I can't let it go. I need to know", says Paula Dunn.
She says she's still wondering what happened on this day two years ago.
"We need to know. Not a day goes by that I don't think about him. it's hard. it's really hard", says Paula Dunn.
Dunn says she believes the person responsible is still out there. She's just hoping as police continue to investigate someone will come forward helping to solve this cold case.
Dunn's family says they are still offering a $3,000 cash reward for information leading to an arrest in this case.