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SUFFOLK -- For almost ten years, a family has waited for justice -- not giving up hope that police would find the person responsible for killing their son.

The investigation into the death of 20-year old Edward 'Duncan' Campbell spans three cities.

On January 9, 2002, Campbell was reported missing, three days after he was last seen at his Chesapeake home. Missing, too, was his red 1987 Toyota 4-Runner truck.

On March 8, 2002, a father and son fishing in a Suffolk pond off Nansemond Parkway found Campbell's body.

His death was ruled a homicide.

10 days later, Campbell's truck was recovered in the parking lot of Cherokee Apartments in Portsmouth.

Now, Suffolk's Cold Case unit is reviewing the case, releasing new information in hopes of generating leads and getting the answers to the questions Campbell's family has asked -- who killed him and why.

For the first time, detectives have released a photo of Campbell's SUV. The family still has that vehicle at their Chesapeake home.

13News spoke with the victim's parents, Sally and Ed Campbell.

'We may never get full closure until somebody confesses to the murder,' said Ed Campbell.

For Detective Gary Myrick, Duncan's death came on his first day as a detective.

'We don't want people to think we've forgotten about Mr. Campbell, because we haven't,' Myrick said.

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