WINCHESTER, Ky. (WKYT) - On Saturday, families and friends came together to raise awareness, remember and honor three murder victims.
Thursday marked three years since three young men were shot to death in a Clark County home.
Three years later, there are still more questions than answers surrounding the sudden deaths of Dustin Browning, Clayton Edge and Robbie Reese.
“I just don’t understand why we don’t have answers. It’s been 3 years, we should've had something by now, I don’t understand why so quiet,” said Carl Reese, Robbie’s father.
To help prevent the case from turning cold, the victim's families have held a candlelight vigil at the Clark County Courthouse for the past three years.
“Its letting everybody knows that this is still an open case and hopefully someone will come forward and tell what they know,” said Crystal Reese, Robbie’s mother.
The vigil was full of uplifting songs and inspirational prayers, giving family and friends a chance to lean on one another as they continue fighting through this ongoing tragedy.
Family members of the victims say the main message of Saturday’s candlelight vigil was that they have not forgotten and will continue to seek justice for what really happened the night their boys were killed.
“There should be justice for the boys because their lives were taken way too soon,” said Pamela Crawford, a community member who attended the service.
The families are still holding out hope that someone will come forward; but the waiting game is never easy.
They will continue to hold vigils until the truth of what really happened on that March night is revealed.
If you have any information on the deaths of the three men, you are asked to contact Kentucky State Police.