83-year-old Bob Levey died after police say his home was set on fire on June 25th.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Door-to-door, a group of community members joined M.A.D. D.A.D.S to help spread the word about 83-year-old Bob Levey's murder.
M.A.D. D.A.D.S. is an acronym -- Men Against Destruction Defending Against Drugs and Social Disorder.
The former First Coast News employee was found in his burning home on Mimosa Drive June 25 and police are still searching for a suspect.
"It's kind of frustrating not being able to hear anything, not being able to do anything, so it feels good that there's an organization that me and my sister and my family is getting support from," said Russ Levey, victim's son.
Russ Levey joined the M.A.D. D.A.D.S to pass out flyers to the Southside community.
A witness told police they actually saw someone set the house on fire, but Police have not found the arsonist.
Levey ran audio for 37 years at First Coast News until he retired in 1995. His son says he was a compassionate man who loved to feed and help stray animals.
"My dad was a good man. He did nothing to deserve this. I can't imagine why somebody would do this to my father, not a perfect man, none of us are; a man with a really good sense of humor," said Levey.
With no explanation of how this could happen to his father, Levey said the only thing left to do is take his plea for information to the streets with the help of M.A.D. D.A.D.S.
"Somebody needs to take a stand and break the code of silence," said Donald Foy, President of M.A.D. D.A.D.S.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS.
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