CLEVELAND - Family and friends gathered for a candlelight vigil at East 183rd Street and Saint Clair Avenue for victims of a triple homicide Cleveland. About 75 people were on hand as they consoled each other and offered hugs in support of one another.
The victims, 50-year-old Brian Yuravak , 48-year-old Lori Sarli, and 53-year-old Babette Hockenberry were shot dead at Imperial Auto Sales. The owner found the three bodies when he opened up the shop Friday morning.
A few of the family members took turns to offer words of encouragement. They all talked about what good-hearted people these three were and that they did not deserve to be killed in this manner.
Maria Faur is Lori Sarli's niece. She talked about how hard it has been on the family.
"The last two days have been a nightmare, we can't even move on because we don't even know who did this," Faur said.
Faur is begging any one with information to come forward and help police solve this crime.
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