Mother searching for answers in triple homicide

ATLANTA — Police have released two sketches they believe will help them lead to the arrest of a murderer.
 
They say the suspects shot five people, killing three of them inside one home.
 
Channel 2's Carl Willi spoke with one of victim's mother who said the pain her loss is still fresh, especially since the men are still out there.
 
Lisa Barkley says she's concerned for her safety and feels like she sees the suspects around every corner.
 
Barkley told Willis it has been 360 days since losing her son Joshua.
 
Police say the 19-year-old was one of three people executed in a home on Richmond Avenue in southeast Atlanta last November.
 
"They say that time, it heals. It doesn't. It gets worse," Barkley told Willis. "His life was taken and they don't have any remorse about it or anything."
 
As the trail grows colder by the day, Atlanta police are working to keep the case alive and get the lead that brings arrests.
 
Police released composite sketches of the men they said killed Joshua and two others.
 
Barkley says she feels uneasy every time she sees anyone who evenly slightly resembles the two men in the sketches.
 
"That's just the instinct I have," Barkley said.
 
The shooting happened at Joshua's father's home. Each victim was shot multiple times. The other victims were Ricky Whitlock, 51, and Marcus Gay, 43.
 
"We believe there were six inside the home. Two other victims who received gunshot wounds were treated and released. And another individual who is also cooperating," said Lt. Charles Hampton with the Atlanta Police Department.
 
"Everyone has their opinion on what happened, but nothing is adding up," Barkley said.
 
Barkley told Willis that Joshua left behind a son who was just a newborn when he was taken. She said her family will have no peace until police can put his killers behind bars.
 
Barkley says there will be a vigil at the scene on Richmond Avenue at 6:30 p.m. Sunday in honor of her son and the other men killed.
 
Anyone with information in this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers 404-577-8477.