Candlelight Service For Three Unsolved Homicide Victims

Triple Homicide Vigil (WTVQ News ABC 36)
Triple Homicide Vigil (WTVQ News ABC 36)
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Updated: 3/23 11:45 am

Family and friends held a candlelight service Saturday night in Winchester to remember three homicide victims.

The murders that happened in March of 2010 are still unsolved.

Investigators said Robert Reese, 24, Clayton Edge, 23, and Dustin Browning, 21, were found shot to death and left in a home in rural Clark County.

Police called the murders "cold and calculating."

People at the vigil said the family is not giving up hope and are praying for closure.

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