It has been just over a week since police say Omar Mora shot and killed his wife in their Warsaw home and the man he believed she was having an affair with.
Police still cannot find Mora and now, America's Most Wanted has joined the search.
Mora’s neighborhood is described as a picture perfect street - a peaceful place with parents always on patrol and watching out for each other's kids.
But, in the early evening on May 23rd the scene changed quickly as it became a murder crime scene at Omar Mora’s house.
Minutes before all of this, he shot and killed KJ, Harpal Singh, the owner of a nearby gas station.
Police say Mora thought Singh was having an affair with his wife.
Mora's neighbors are confused, shocked and saddened.
They say seeing his picture now on America's Most Wanted is a nightmare.
Doug Wise, a neighbor of Mora's, says, “He'd be the first one over here to help you with something.”
Wise and three other neighbors say Mora actually put in the speed bumps on their street to keep it safe.
Wise says, “It's been a crazy week and that's just me. Imagine being his kids or KJ's boys. That's what's bad. The little people are suffering over this. It's bad enough to lose a parent, but not this way, from another parent.”
Parent to parent, Wise says he prays Mora gives his own family and the Singh family some answers.
He says, “It's time to pay the price and turn yourself in. You've got four little kids who are now parentless. I hope America's Most Wanted works.”
Police are asking you to keep your eyes open for Mora.
He is a Hispanic man, 31-years old, 5 feet 7 inches tall, and weighs 170 pounds.
Police believe he may be driving a 2003 Chevy Silverado pick-up, with Indiana plates.
According to America's Most Wanted, Mora may be headed towards Mexico where he is from.