CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y. (WIVB) - Who pulled the trigger in a deadly Cheektowaga shooting? The victim was murdered inside his own home over the weekend. Detectives have been left with more questions than answers.
Cheektowaga Police were back at the scene Monday looking for more clues, trying to discover who killed Armod Law, and why? Yellow police tape still surrounds Law's West Grand Boulevard home in Cheektowaga, days after he was shot and killed.
Cheektowaga Police Capt. Jim Speyer said, "Right now, our investigation is continuing, it's in its infant stages. We don't have a whole lot more to go on than that."
Police are asking questions like: Was law being targeted? Did the shooter want his money? Was there anything taken?
Capt. Speyer could only say this for now, "All motives are viable motives out there. We are not going to rule anything out at one point."
Two other people were inside Law's house when he was killed. Police have spoken with them, but won't say if they've been cooperative. Police are being tight-lipped about their investigation. But they did tell News 4 that Law was shot at least once in the head.
That news is troubling for Law's girlfriend, Sandra Thomas. She says they dated for nearly 10 years.
"He was a loveable person, he took care of his kids. He took care of everybody, he was just loveable. Anything you asked of him, he did it," recalled Thomas.
Candles, stuffed animals, even a beer and cigarettes, were left in honor and in memory of a man described as a devoted father. Law's girlfriend visited the growing memorial, outside the liquor store he owned. It's faith, she says, that's pulling her through.
Thomas said, "I loved him, still do. The fact that he gone, that they did him like this, I don't understand, I don't know why. It's just crazy."
Police are still trying to find out who pulled the trigger.
Capt. Speyer said, "It's going to be a deliberate, methodical investigation and it will take some time."
Police are not releasing a physical description of the two men they say were involved in the shooting. If you have any information on what happened, early Sunday morning, call Cheektowaga Police at 686-3505.
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