SCOTTSDALE, AZ - Thursday is the 13th anniversary of a Scottsdale police case that remains unsolved.
The suspect, Robert Fisher, disappeared after he murdered his wife and two children, then set their home on fire, Scottsdale police say.
He’s on the FBI’s most-wanted list , with the reward to catch him up to $100,000.
Police say when crimes like these happen they not only affect the victims’ families, but also those whose job it is to bring the suspect to justice.
Scottsdale police Det. Hugh Lockerby continues to work on the case and says it’s frustrating to know Fisher is still out there somewhere.
Lockerby is confident that no matter how long it takes, they will find Fisher and bring him to justice.
“We don’t give up on someone who’s committed a violent crime,” Lockerby said.
He says there are always theories about the whereabouts of fugitives, especially someone as elusive as Fisher.
“He can’t go to bed at night or can’t go to the grocery store without looking over his shoulder knowing that we’re one or two steps behind him,” Lockerby said.
He says it’s like an elaborate game of cat and mouse, one that Lockerby says is really just a matter of when, not if.
“Eventually we will find him,” Lockerby said. “We will track him down and we will find him. I’m very confident.”
He says they get tips on Fisher every day from around the world.
Fisher reportedly has ties to both Mexico and Florida.