INDIANAPOLIS -- Davey Blackburn can't tell the world everything about his wife. There just isn't enough time for everybody to listen.
"I wish I could tell the world everything about her," Blackburn said Tuesday morning on Good Morning America. "She served people. She loved the people who were unlovable. She gave hope to people who didn't have hope and didn't think they had a future."
Davey came home from the gym around 8:30 a.m.on Nov. 10 to find Amanda Blackburn with a gunshot wound. She later died from the injuries.
"The funeral this past Sunday was just an amazing celebration of her life," he said. "We were so grateful for friends and family coming together to show support."
Davey said he doesn't know anybody who would've wanted to hurt Amanda.
"Amanda didn't have an enemy in the world," he said. "That's why this has baffled us as much as anybody."
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Police have said that there is a fear of "snitching" to authorities and have pleaded anybody who knows anything to talk. Davey joined that sentiment.
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"It's really hard to sort through all the emotions we're feeling," he said. "We're confused. We don't understand why. We're angry. We're not really sure what to do."
Davey said he has found some solace in reading one of Amanda's daily journal entries. She would write every day, and days before her death, she wrote: "We don't know what the future holds, but we know who holds the future."
Amanda also left behind a 15-month-old son named Weston.
"One of the hardest things in this whole process is knowing he's not going to grow up with Amanda," Davey said. "She was the perfect mom. I wish every mom in the world could've learned from her. I wish every wife in the world could've learned from her."
He said he hopes Weston learns to find Jesus in the same way his mother did.
On Monday evening, police released surveillance photos of the suspect. While grainy, they are the only images Davey and the public have of the person who police believe committed the crime. Davey said neither he nor the neighborhood knows who is in the photos.
Davey said there weren't any problems in the area.
"Our neighborhood was so close," Davey said. "It was such a seemingly safe neighborhood. This has devastated all the neighbors. We knew all the neighbors. ... We're just as confused as everybody else."
A police chase ended in a crash on the city's northeast side Tuesday evening.
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