It's been more than three months since a 42-year-old man was found shot to death in his East Side home and the man's killer still hasn't been identified.

The victim, Noe Hernandez, was shot through his front door after answering a knock on May 4, 2013.

"Someone shot through the closed door," said Yvette Hernandez, the victim's ex-wife. "It was a direct gunshot to the heart through the front door."

Hernandez said she and her husband divorced 11 months prior to the slaying after 13 years of marriage.

Noe Hernandez moved in with his brother, who lived in the 600 block of Rigsby. In the short time Hernandez lived there, the home was burglarized multiple times.

"There had been several break-ins when they were not home, and they would come home to their appliances, their TV, computers gone every time," Hernandez said. "It just got to the point where they stopped reporting it to police because nothing was being done."

Hernandez said her ex-husband was a good guy who didn't get into trouble and didn't have any enemies which makes his death so hard to understand.

She said he was very religious and would often stay home on Saturdays.

"He just stayed home, studied, prayed and worshipped that day so that was his day to rest," Hernandez said.

Three months later, the case has gone cold.  Hernandez plans to pass out flyers in the neighborhood hoping to find new leads for police to chase down.

"We will use the Crime Stoppers flyers and post them around the neighborhood we have plans to go door to door and asking people if they heard anything or if they know of anything," Hernandez said.

Hernandez and her kids are now attending counseling and she often takes them to Espada Park to remember the good times the spent together there as a family .

"They have faith that yes they will find the person that did this and their at peace," Hernandez said.  "They know their dad was a good man and they will soon see him in heaven."

Noe Hernandez loved going to Espada Park and riding bikes and walking with his kids so his family is planning to hold a memorial for him there next month.

They hope by then someone will come forward with information that will help police find the killer.

Crime Stoppers is offering up to $5,000 for information leading to an arrest and the family will add another $2,000 on top of that.

Call your tips in to 210-224-STOP.

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