Doniell Richmond is understandably upset.
"This man had three kids that do not have their daddy because somebody hit him and did not do anything," said Doniell Richmond. "They did not call the police, they did not do anything. Nothing."
"His body flew, so somebody had to see it," said Richmond. "They hit him so hard he was dead after the truck hit him. Before he even hit the ground. Somebody saw it, there is no way they could not have seen it. There is just no way."
Angie Grant said no one deserves to die like that, let alone her son.
"They left my baby on the street like he was nothing," said Grant. "He was too nice of a person to be left behind like that. He is leaving behind too many people who care about him."
Many of those people have descended on the Richmond house to lend a helping hand, or a shoulder to cry on. All of them, wanting answers to questions like, why didn't the driver who hit Andy Richmond stop? Why didn't the person who saw it happen call police?
They are pieces of the puzzle the family is desperately trying to put together. The family wants closure.
"He was very nice, he loved his kids," said Grant. "He was always there for them. He is gone now, but he will still always be there for his kids, watching over them, because that is the type of person he is."
So far, State Police have received one phone call and have very little to go on.
"We are dependent on the public's help to let us know what they saw, or even possibly saw," said ISP Sergeant Rich Myers.
If you have ANY information, call Indiana State Police at (317) 899-8577 or the anonymous tip-line at (317) 262-TIPS
Family mourns hit-and-run victim, police continue search for suspect