Crime Stoppers: Family of Milwaukee man killed in 1998 seeks answers in cold case

Crime Stoppers: Family of Milwaukee man killed in 1998 seeks answers in cold case

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- After 22 years, a Milwaukee man's family still hasn't given up on solving his murder. 

Now, they're teaming up with investigators to find answers and hoping to encourage you to come forward. 

Terence Robinson was killed on Oct. 25, 1998, in Milwaukee. 

Milwaukee police say he was shot multiple times and then crashed the car he was driving into a home on 33rd and Cherry. 

His family says that night he'd gotten into an argument with his wife, left the house and never came back. Investigators believe this could be a robbery gone wrong, and only know witnesses saw him at a gas station a block away just before the shooting happened. 

Terence Robinson's brother says he's kept in contact with cold case detectives all this time, and now they're turning to Milwaukee Crime Stoppers to get your help.

"He had quite a head for business," said David Robinson, Terence's brother. "So, when he was killed, it was a great loss. I hope that maybe getting a little publicity out here will stir somebody's memory, or maybe somebody would want to get something off their chest or whatever, and as far as the individual becoming, you know, prosecuted and convicted and thrown in prison and all that, that would just be, I guess, you know, sprinkles on a donut."

If you know anything about 41-year-old Terry Robinson's murder, call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS. You can also leave a tip through the P3 Tips app.

No one will ever find out who you are, your identity is always hidden, and if your tip leads to an arrest, you could get $1,000 cash. 

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