Unsolved Mystery: Family still shocked by car dealer’s murder at lot

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OKLAHOMA CITY -  An Oklahoma car dealer was shot at his dealership and there have been no arrests nearly three decades later.

A small car lot along N.E. 23rd St. was the scene of the brutal murder.

“The office was a total wreck. It was in shambles, there was blood all over the floor,” said Capt. Bob Green, an investigator with the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office.

Roy Roberson was found shot in the head, barely alive.

His family is still shocked by the crime, wondering who would target the man who tried so hard to provide for his family.

“He never smoked. He never drank. I never heard him say a cuss word. He was just a hard-worker,” said Bob Roberson, Roy's son.

We'll take a closer look at the crime scene and hear Roy's final words to police.

The one thing he told investigators about his killer and the suspicious message left on the answering machine just before his death.

Catch Chellie's special report, The Unsolved Case of Roy Roberson, Friday night at 10 p.m. on NewsChannel 4.

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