Almost three years have passed since Paul Wilson was killed in Cambridge, Massachusetts, but not a day has passed without Elizabeth Dobbins thinking of her brother.

“We miss him a lot,” she said. “I think after my brother’s murder I was like a ship shattered into a million pieces.”

Wilson was found unconscious lying under a lamppost along a paved path in Danehy Park on January 2, 2019. Investigators say he died from several blunt head injuries.

Police said none of his personal belongings were missing.

Almost three years have passed since Paul Wilson was killed in Cambridge, Massachusetts, but not a day has passed without Elizabeth Dobbins thinking of her brother.

“We miss him a lot,” she said. “I think after my brother’s murder I was like a ship shattered into a million pieces.”

Wilson was found unconscious lying under a lamppost along a cobblestone path in Danehy Park on January 2, 2019. Investigators say the Cambridge man, 60, died from several blunt head injuries.

Police said none of his personal belongings were missing.

The Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office said although progress has been made in the investigation, authorities have still not been able to identify a suspect.

Heartbroken family demands answers a year after Paul Wilson was beaten to death in a Cambridge park.

His family are offering a reward of $ 10,000 for any information leading to an arrest and charge in the case.

“To this day, we don’t know who it is, and they got away with it,” Dobbins said.

Investigators say Wilson, an engineer at IBM, was seen the night of his death, leaving the Porter Square MBTA stop on a blue bicycle to return home. He parked it and walked through the park when family members believe he was probably heading for dinner.

Anyone with information relating to this incident is urged to contact Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office at 781-897-6600.

Cambridge Police can also be reached at 617-349-3300. Those wishing to provide information anonymously can call the Cambridge Police Anonymous Crime Hotline at 617-349-3359 and leave a message.