Police say suspect number one, who is shown in this above sketch photo, is described as a white male, early to mid 20's, about six-feet tall, thin beard, and brown to black hair.
They say the second suspect was hiding and police could not make out his description. Frederick County investigators say the two men showed up at Goldizen house on Monastery Road around 12 a.m. last month.
Police say one of the suspects said he was having car trouble, but the other suspect was hiding with a gun when Steve Goldizen answered the door. Shots were fired from both the suspects and Goldizen. His son, Rhett Goldizen, was shot and killed during the cross-fire.
Police say there is no evidence the two suspected gunmen were injured in the shooting. But, they believe the men got into an SUV and drove down the private Monastery Road, leaving the scene the same way they came in. The SUV is described as having giant giant mud tires and long thin taillights.
Frederick County Sheriff's Deputies are asking anyone who has information or recognizes this man to call them at (540)-665-TIPS (8477).