Detectives say it's now just a matter of when.
The Wellington father and Broward Sheriff's Office deputy was killed in the line of duty two years ago Monday.
Behind the binders lined up in the Sgt. Chris Reyka Command Center are 3,010 clues behind Reyka's case.
A case that started the moment his life ended: 1:20 a.m. two years ago.
Reyka was murdered while checking suspicious cars in this Pompano Beach Walgreens parking lot.
According to a lead investigator, a deputy who helped hire Reyka and was close to him, it is a case that could soon be coming to a close.
"To this date, no one has yet been charged with the murder of Sgt. Reyka," says BSO Regional Investigations Unit Major Larry DeFuria.
"I have a high degree of confidence this case will be resolved," adds DeFuria.
"Nobody is eliminated. Nobody is excluded," says BSO Homicide Unit Sgt. Ken Kaminsky.
Kaminsky and the Homicide Unit do have their eyes on Timothy Johnson, Dietrick Johnson, and Gerald Joshua.
Johnson, Johnson, and Joshua were arrested in December of 2007 and are among the group of suspected men in a rash of pharmacy robberies from Delray Beach and Suburban Boca Raton to Fort Lauderdale.
According to a search warrant, Timothy Johnson's siblings had the guns used in the robberies buried and his brother told deputies "he believed that one of the guns was used to murder Broward Sheriff's Office Sgt. Chris Reyka."
Investigators need more. They want to find the American-made, white, 4-door getaway car and the 9 mm gun used in the crime.
"Any gun that we recover I always have in the back of my mind that maybe that's the gun we're looking for," says Sgt. Maria Polo-Renner, who oversees the BSO Gun Squad and the Sgt. Chris Reyka Command Center.
The bullets took Sgt. Reyka's life outside Walgreens pharmacy on Powerline Road just south of Atlantic Blvd.
How many times have you run to the pharmacy for that one item?
That's what several people were doing the night of August 10, 2007.
911 Caller: Officer down at Walgreens on Powerline and McNabb. Just shot. I'm in the parking lot. I'm scared to get out of the car. I don't know if he's okay. I heard about 5 to 6 shots. The car drove off. Did not see the vehicle or anything.
Second 911 Caller: There's a police car in the parking lot with his lights on and there's someone laying beside it and he looks like a police officer... We don't want to get too close in case someone shot at him or whatever and we have a child in the car but we're within probably about 50 yards of him.
A memorial now stands outside the pharmacy where Sgt. Reyka fell.
Cities big and small leave notes to thank him, honor him, and remember him.
Down the road at BSO headquarters, you'll find the Sgt. Chris Reyka Command Center and the people who work daily to find out who killed him.
"I believe it will happen...and what a gift we could give Mrs. Reyka and her family," says Polo-Renner.
"And that's our goal and that's what we will do," adds Kaminsky.
There is still a $267,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the Reyka case.
A memorial will be held outside the Walgreens pharmacy at 10 a.m. Monday, August 10, 2009.
The Walgreens is located at 960 South Powerline Road, Pompano Beach.
If you would like to attend, you must park at the Popmano Harness Track/Isle of Capri Casino (located at 1800 SW 3rd Street-SW corner of parking lot) and a shuttle service to the Walgreens will be provided.
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