Each window at Ira Hall Junior's old house represents a secret that has been boarded up for the last five years.
November 21st 2006, Hall could be found sitting on his front porch with his cousin around two in the afternoon.
That is when, according to reports, a dark car pulled up, and two black men forced the cousins inside.
Investigator, Justin Kilgore, says, "While inside the house, Ira was robbed, and shot several times."
But before that, the initial report says the suspects ordered Hall to give up the keys to his mother's house because quote that's where he kept all of his money.
Hall did, but his cousin says Hall charged at the gunman, and that is when he was sprayed with bullets.
Kilgore adds, "He was shot in his head, back, arm, hand."
At the sound of gunshots, Hall's cousin, Vincent Alexander, dove out of a window, and ran for help.
All the while, Hall's self-proclaimed "daddy's girl," was loosing her father.
Little did police know at the time, that what they scratched down on their notepad in 2006, would essentially be the last information collected on this case.
Kilgore says, "Nobody ever came forward, nobody ever told them anything to follow-up on."
In 2006, one neighbor tells us the Doyle Street area has always been a quiet community.
And not much has changed, except for the fact that most of Hall's family moved to Atlanta.
The stillness in ways reflects this case.
Police say in 2007, they tried to get in touch with Alexander, so he could help with a photo line-up, but they could not find him, and to this day, they still cannot.
Kilgore adds, "At the beginning of this, Alexander claimed he doesn't know who the suspects are. That very well might be the truth, but at the same time, its been five years. Maybe he's seen these guys again, maybe he'd identified who they are. He may be scared for his own life. I don't know."
Police believe Alexander may be homeless or not in this area anymore, either way they want to speak to him, and anyone with details on this murder.
Kilgore says, "A lot of times with our open cases, we'll have family members call in every now and then just to see where things stand. This is not one of those cases where anybody has called to talk about it."
Hall and Alexander's families also turned down all our requests for interviews.
But, even if they do not want to speak up, police say do it for the one whose voice was stifled by a handgun.
Speaking up could not only unlock these secrets, but change a community.
One of the suspects is thought to be black, about 5'8, with braided hair.
The other suspect is thought to be a little taller, about 5'11, slender build, also with braided hair.
If you have any information, you are asked to call Chattanooga Police Immediately.