OXON HILL, Md. (WUSA9) -- For 20 years, Charles and Thomasene Marsh have waited for an answer to the most important question in their lives.
It was 20 years ago Monday night that their son Chuckie Marsh was shot and killed outside Oxon Hill High School over an Eddie Bauer coat.
The answer as to who did it remains a mystery.
Police say Marsh was hit by a stray bullet that was fired as the robber reached for another student.
Marsh was hit in the chest. He died at the hospital.
"I tried to get to the hospital as soon as I could. Didn't make it. Not to see him," Charles Marsh said.
The last time Charles Marsh saw his son he was waiting at the bus stop near their house.
"He waved at me. He said, 'Hey daddy, I'll see you this afternoon' and I can still see him looking back - just like that - waving," Charles Marsh said.