KETTERING, Md. (WUSA) - Police returned to the neighborhood where a 17-year-old was gunned down in her home a week and a half ago on August 22.
Prince George's County Police are using every resource they have in trying to catch Amber Stanley's killer. But police have no one in custody and are asking the public to help them.
Police say an intruder kicked in the door to the family home on Chartsey Street and shot the teenager multiple times in her bed.
Family and Friends said good bye to Stanley at a memorial service held Friday at Prince George's Ballroom in Landover.
While they celebrated a beautiful life, they know the ugly truth: that the killer is still out there.
Gayle George is Amber's aunt. "I'm hurt because I can't stop the little ones from hurting I can't make it right. I'm the one to fix all the boo boos but I can't fix this. Tell us why if you can't tell us who."
While saying the painful farewell, Prince George's County police cadets were at the teen's neighborhood, going inch by inch looking for missing clues.
Captain Joe Hoffman said "This is a senseless crime and every resource has been brought to the table. We have information that the suspect left on foot down Chartsey in this direction. That's why we expanded the search."
The Charles Herbert Flowers High School student was living a full life. She modeled, danced, mentored and dreamed of going to Harvard and becoming a doctor.
Her friends are at a loss. Tiffane Tingle said, "We were close, we had the same dream. I'm going to miss her. I'm going to miss seeing her face everyday at school."
There is a $25,000 reward for information that could lead police to Stanley's killer. Police are asking for the public's help in bringing information about anything suspicious that anyone may have seen or recalled from that night. Hoffman says "Let us decide how significant or insignificant that information is."
The family has set up a fundraiser at www.inmemoryofamber.com