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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB)---Two years with no answers, and now friends and family of a 21-year-old Louisville mother who was shot to death, are calling for justice in the case.
On Saturday the family of Charlotte Clark gathered at Green Meadows cemetery, with a plea to the community.
Clark was shot to death in July of 2011 after being dropped off near Del Park Terrace and 44th Street.
She was going home to the Hutchinson Square Apartments, where she lived.
A car drove by, and someone inside shot Charlotte Clark and a man standing next to her.
"Look what it's doing to my daughter. She doesn't get to see her Aunt Charlotte anymore. It's hard. I've never went through anything like this, and it's just too hard," says Susan Powers, the victim's sister.
While her family continues to plead for answers from the public, they worry about this case going cold.
It's why they met at the cemetery on Saturday.
They want to bring attention to the unsolved murder of the mother of two.
"Do what's right because we know that if the shoe was on the other foot, they would want the same things," says Eddie Clark, Charlotte Clark's brother.
The family continues to hold out hope that someone will come forward with answers.
"If it was their sister, their mother, they would want somebody to talk. She deserves justice like anybody else," says Susan Powers.
The family is asking anyone with information to call the police tipline at 574-LMPD.