BRIDGEPORT \u2014 Twenty-nine years ago, Father Panick Village was among the city\u2019s housing projects \u2014 and that\u2019s where Gary Potak found himself, looking to buy pot, when police say he was fatally shot in 1992. Thursday marked the anniversary of Potak\u2019s death on May 6, 1992. His homicide has since been classified as a cold case, with all leads exhausted. As with any cold case, police are awaiting any piece of information that could reignite the investigation. That spring day in 1992, Potak and Charles \u201cChick\u201d Gombrewicz \u2014 who died in 2005 \u2014 drove to Father Panik Village to buy marijuana, according to the state\u2019s Cold Case Unit. As Potak and Gombrewicz circled the housing project, two individuals crossed the street in front of their vehicle. Potak was driving and stopped to let the two men cross the street. One of the two individuals walked to the driver\u2019s side of the car and asked Potack what he was looking at, according to the Cold Case Unit. Potak told him he wanted to buy pot, and the man pulled out a gun and told the two to get out of the vehicle. Gombrewicz, the passenger, got out of the car, heard gunshots and ran off. He later realized Potak had been shot and died. Bridgeport police are tasked with overseeing the investigation. Officials did not return requests for comment on the case. Anyone with information is asked to call the Cold Case Unit\u2019s tip line at 860-548-0606 or toll-free at 1-866-623-8058. The unit can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.