Man Shot, Killed On His Way To Work POSTED: 12:09 pm EDT October 4, 2007 UPDATED: 12:45 pm EDT October 4, 2007 DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. -- A DeKalb County man was shot and killed in his garage as he left for work Thursday morning, police said. Residents in a Lithonia neighborhood said they are stunned and the victimâ€™s wife is scared to leave her home. Neighbors said Lionel Callwood, 33, was leaving for work with his wife, Sheila, Thursday morning when an assailant attacked them in the garage of their home. Police said the attacker shot and killed Callwood. Family members said Sheila was able to run inside to safety and call for help. â€œThe investigation is still very preliminary at this time. Weâ€™re canvassing the neighborhood and talking to anybody who may have seen or heard anything,â€ said J.T. Ware with the DeKalb County Police Department. Investigators widened the crime scene to search for evidence and to interview neighbors. Officials have not released a motive or description of the suspect. â€œObviously something that happens this early in the morning, when you are going about your morning routine, taking out the trash and getting ready for workâ€¦itâ€™s always shocking,â€ said Ware. Family members said Callwood was from St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands and worked two jobs. They said he was â€œgood as gold.â€ Callwood and his wife had been married two years and had no enemies or reason for anyone to target them, according to family members. Dozens of family members gathered and talked about Callwoodâ€™s constant smile and easy-going demeanor. â€œHe was a nice guy, an easy-going guy. He never bothered anybody and was quiet,â€ said Callwoodâ€™s brother-in-law Anthony Mack. As police search for answers and a suspect, family members have a message for the killer. â€œWeâ€™d lie to catch you,â€ said Mack.