http://www.myfoxcleveland.com/myfox...n=5&locale=EN-US&layoutCode=TSTY&pageId=3.2.1 "It has been two years and the murder of a World War II veteran remains unsolved. Bennie Angelo, 87, was killed in his own home on Jan. 7, 2007. His daughters, Rebecca Angelo and Mary Arbaugh, find it hard to go into his house, a home he lived in for 50 years, a place they grew up in. It's also where Bennie died, when police say he fell victim to a killer intent on robbery. After being beaten and shot, Bennie's home on Endrow Ave. N.E. in Canton was set on fire. It still shows the scars from that day two years ago. Canton police believe Bennie's killer set the fire to cover up the crime. So far, it's worked, because whoever murdered the U.S. Army veteran has not been caught. That really bothers Sgt. Victor George, one of the investigators on the case. "He could live through all those adversities in life and in his golden years he's killed in his own residence while probably doing nothing more than watching TV or reading so I guess I have a little more anger in me that wants me to solve this crime," said George."