Joseph Peloe death: Appeal over Liverpool doorstep shooting

Joseph Peloe Joseph Peloe was shot at his house on Little Heath Road, Speke, in 2004

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The brother of a man shot on his doorstep in Liverpool has appealed for "justice and closure" on what would have been his 54th birthday.

Joseph Peloe was shot at his house on Little Heath Road, Speke, on 28 December 2004.

He managed to stagger to Speke police station but later died in hospital. No-one has been convicted over his death.

Jimmy Peloe said there was a £10,000 reward for information leading to a conviction.

He said: "I just wouldn't want another family to go through what we are going through.

"No matter how small the information you may know, please have a conscience and go to the police - it may just be that little piece we are looking for."

Two men were cleared of his murder at Liverpool Crown Court in February 2006.

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