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This year marks a tough year for Althea Andrews. On Sept. 16, it will be 10 years since someone shot and killed her son Kyle inside his Hyde Park apartment building.
 
There has been no arrest.
 
Ten years is a long time to wait for anything. But imagine waiting 10 years to find out who killed your child.

Althea tells me she longs to see justice simply to find the answer to one question. "I just want to know why he did it. Why?" Althea said to me.
 
The murder of Kyle Andrews is not without leads. Shortly before Kyle Andrews was killed, he buzzed open the front door to his apartment building. Kyle had just opened the M and M Jazz Club in Grove Hall, and because he was handling a lot of cash from his new business, Kyle didn't let a lot of people know where he lived.
 
This is why Boston Police Homicide suspect someone close to Kyle Andrews killed him.
 
Earlier this week, Boston Police Homicide Sgt. Detective Richard Daley took me to 25 Business St., the murder scene, and showed me how this all went down. There was an argument just outside Kyle's apartment door. Kyle tried to get away, he made a break down the stairs to the front door of the building.
 
Kyle didn't make it. He was shot. Kyle  died at Brigham and Women's Hospital before Althea could reach him.
 
Kyle Andrews was Althea's only son.
 
It's a sad story all around.
 
Sgt. Detective Daley believes someone in Kyle's circle knows what happened, and he hopes someone will step forward now and bring a sense of justice to Althea, Kyle's mother.
 
"We have some leads, we have some direction," Sgt. Detective Daley told me. "We need a little more to put a case together. And I know there are people out there, maybe friends of Kyle, who can take us to the next step."
 
If you can help, please call Boston Police Crimestoppers at 1-800-494-TIPS. You don't have to leave your name, just tell police what you know.

This year marks a tough year four Althea Andrews. On September 16th, it will be ten years since someone shot and killed her son Kyle inside his Hyde Park apartment building.

 

There has been no arrest.

 

Ten years is a long time to wait for anything. But imagine waiting ten years to find out who killed your child.

Althea tells me she longs to see justice simply to find the answer to one question. "I just want to know why he did it. Why?" Althea said to me.

 

The murder of Kyle Andrews is not without leads. Shortly before Kyle Andrews was killed, he buzzed open the front door to his apartment building. Kyle had just opened the M and M Jazz Club in Grove Hall, and because he was handling a lot of cash from his new business, Kyle didn't let a lot of people know where he lived.

 

This is why Boston Police Homicide suspect someone close to Kyle Andrews, killed him.

 

Earlier this week, Boston Police Homicide Sgt. Detective Richard Daley took me to 25 Business Street, the murder scene, and showed me how this all went down. There was an argument just outside Kyle's apartment door. Kyle tried to get away, he made a break down the stairs to the front door of the building.

 

Kyle didn't make it. He was shot. Kyle  died at Brigham and Women's Hospital before Althea could reach him.

 

Kyle Andrews was Althea's only son.

 

It's a sad story all around.

 

Sgt. Detective Daley believes someone in Kyle's circle knows what happened, and he hopes someone will step forward now and bring a sense of justice to Althea, Kyle's mother.

 

"We have some leads, we have some direction," Sgt. Detective Daley told me. "We need a little more to put a case together. And I know there are people out there, maybe friends of Kyle, who can take us to the next step."

 

If you can help, please call Boston Police Crimestoppers at 1.800.494.TIPS. You don't have to leave your name, just tell police what you know.

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