TUCSON, Ariz. - The community and law enforcement took time to remember and honor murder victims on Saturday.
Among those in attendance was Abriam Gonzales. His daughter, Maribel, was murdered in 2014. The case still remains unsolved. He explained that these events are very helpful for homicide survivors, because it's difficult to understand unless a person's been through it.
"Everybody here, you know, they, we all want to help each other out," Gonzales said. "You know you learn how to live with your loved one missing, by sharing experiences with them."
Here for the Homicide Survivors candlelight vigil. They all have different stories, but share a connection. I’m told by coming together, sharing the evening, it helps a little bit. @kgun9pic.twitter.com/KrQWHDx6Ca