Pizza delivery driver's killer still sought after March SW Houston shooting

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The search continues for the killer of a pizza delivery driver in southwest Houston in March (KTRK)

Police continue looking for the person or people who murdered a U.S. Army veteran, after he finished his pizza delivery route last month.

Paul Hillick Jr., 55, was on his way back to Dominos, where he had worked for more than three years, when he was shot to death on Court Road around 10:45 PM. His killer or killers disappeared into the night.

Crime Stoppers of Houston is offering a $5,000 reward to anyone with information leading to an arrest. Domino's announced they will also offer a reward of $5,000.

"Paul's life was taken by someone who has no right to decide his death. They had no right to bring such sadness and grief to our family," said Laura Giffin, Hillick's sister, through tears.

Police say all Hillick's cash and person belongings were found on him in his car, including the pizza money. The only thing missing was a pizza bag.

"If there was some sort of altercation, we had 15 minutes there that this happened, so we are looking at all angles," said Sgt. Chris Hassig, with the Houston police department.

Investigators say though people heard the shots, no one saw anything. No surveillance cameras captured Hillick's murder. But family believes strongly: someone knows something.

"We beg those who know who killed Paul to turn them in. You know who you are and I want to remind you that if you don't collect the reward money, someone else will," Giffin said.

To report a tip, call Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477) or text TIP610, plus the tip, to CRIMES (274637). You can remain anonymous.
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