A £50,000 reward has been offered in a bid to trace the killers of a man who was shot dead in Oldham ten years ago.
Junaid Khan, 21, was shot multiple times outside a doctor's surgery in Chadderton in the early hours of 9 July 2009. Four men were cleared of his murder in 2011.
Appealing for information, Mr Khan's sister Raheela Durrani said it is "really painful knowing there is someone out there that's responsible".
Mr Khan had been visiting friends when he was shot with an automatic weapon on returning to his car outside Block Lane Surgery.
The offenders fled in a silver Mitsubishi Shogun with the registration number YP57 XSH, which was later found burnt out, Greater Manchester Police said.
Police are offering £50,000 for information that leads to arrest and conviction.