A family is desperate for answers months after a man was killed at his Fort Lauderdale home.
"He didn't deserve this," the victim's daughter, Shannon Eargle, said.
Relatives and detectives are still seeking answers more than two months after Guy Eargle, 68, was killed.
"What has been normal for my entire life is no longer normal," Shannon Eargle said.
Shannon Eargle spoke to Local 10 News reporter Derek Shore Wednesday from out-of-state where she lives.
Police said her father, a wealthy bachelor and former telecommunications executive, was found dead July 17 inside his home on Southeast 17th Avenue in a posh Fort Lauderdale neighborhood off Las Olas.
His white Ferrari was missing from the home when detectives arrived at the scene.
"I think it must have been a dream and I'm going to wake up and it's all going to have been a terrible dream," Shannon Eargle said.
A few days later, police found the high-end sports car abandoned in Pompano Beach.
Authorities released surveillance video of a person of interest who is thought to be involved in dumping the car, but have yet to find him.
"He didn't lead the kind of life that anybody would think would end this way," Shannon Eargle said.
The Eargle's small family is left confused and his daughter had a message to those responsible.
"To look inside your heart if you have one, and bring yourself to justice because we deserve that -- my father deserves that. That's all I want. I want justice for my dad," Shannon Eargle said.
Anyone with information is asked to call Fort Lauderdale police or Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS.