Family of murdered Norfolk man returns to the scene, pushing for answers

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NORFOLK, Va. - It's the first time that Nancy Britt has returned to the parking lot where her brother was gunned down, since his death in November 2011.

"It’s still kind of sad, but as time goes on, it gets a little better to deal with," she says.

Anderson Britt, "Mouse," was shot to death after attending an event at the bingo hall in the Military Crossing shopping center on East Virginia Beach Boulevard.

More than 100 people were there.

With so many potential witnesses, Nancy says she was sure an arrest would come quickly, but it still hasn't.

She's confident that someone knows something.

"It hurts that they would feel the need to not let anyone know what they know,  or what they had seen, or what they heard, that’s the hardest part," she says.

Nancy and her brother Dom went back to the shopping center on Friday, one day before the five-year anniversary of Britt's death, to make another plea for answers.

She says some of his four children are now having children of their own, and they will never get to know their grandfather.

"That’s the hardest part, that we don’t have any closure, you know," says Nancy. "It’s because of God that we’re able to keep going on and keep pushing, so I’ll never stop fighting for him, I’ve been doing it every year."

Anyone with information about Anderson Britt's death is asked to call the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.

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