No arrests made six years following "college night" homicide

It's been six years since a Johnson C. Smith University student was shot and killed while leaving a "college night" party and, with no arrests made, CMPD is asking for anyone with information about the crime to come forward.

Paul Fyffe Jr. was shot and killed on Feb. 22, 2013 after leaving the, now closed, Club 935 off South Summit Avenue in west Charlotte.

Fyffe, a student at JCSU, was just months away from graduation.

"We believe there are people out there that have information and we are asking anybody and everybody to please come forward and provide that to us," CMPD Sgt. Brad Dunn said.

CMPD has maintained belief that Fyffe was an innocent bystander to the shooting.

Fyffe was shot in the parking lot outside of the club.

"We have no indication that Mr. Fyffe was doing anything of criminal behavior, at all, other than just attending a club and ended up, ended getting shot for no apparent reason."

Fyffe's mother, Judith Foster, who lives in Boston, has been in communication with FOX 46 since 2014. She continues to plead for people to come forward with information.

"Paul was loved and cherished and you've robbed us of a beautiful, loving, compassionate, empathetic hero in my life," Foster said in a previous interview.

CMPD is asking for anyone with information to call Crimestoppers at (704)334-1600. Information that leads to an arrest can result in up to a $5,000 reward.