The daughter of an Oshawa man killed in February made an emotional plea for information Wednesday morning at Durham Police Headquarters. Annalisa Cara said her father, 56 year old Claudio Cara, was a good community man, who was well liked by friends and family. She last saw him on Valentine’s Day. Police say he was at the Swiss Chalet at Taunton and Harmony around 8:00 pm, on February 14th and then at a convenience store in the Simcoe and Beatrice area, where he bought lottery tickets at about 10:30. Cara’s body was found the following morning, February 15th, at his home on Waverly Street North and police say he was stabbed to death. Investigators are asking anyone with information to come forward and are putting up posters in Cara’s neighbourhood. Officials say he was driving a black, 2007 GMC Sierra pickup truck with personalized license plate “CARA01″. Detective Tom Dingwall and Detective Mark Sheridan can be reached at 905-579-1520, ext. 5400 or you can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). More information can also be found by clicking here.