Families still seeking answers in unsolved triple murder

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There's not a day that goes by that Crystal and Carl Reese don't think about their son Robbie.

"The 21st will actually be a year," says Crystal Reese.

It has been a year of wondering what happened to their 24-year-old son.

"Robbie is a really good son. A hard worker. We miss him a lot," says Crystal Reese.

Robbie Reese, 21-year-old Dustin Browning, and 23-year-old Clayton Edge were found shot to death in a Clark County home on Pine Ridge Road. We're told it was the home of Clayton Edge. Police say they've looked into tips, but nothing has ever panned out.

"This years been really tough and we don't know any more now than what we did the night it happened," says Crystal Reese.

"It's been rough. We just take it day by day. Prayers and faith is what's got us where we are today," says Carl Reese.

Now, a year later since the shooting, the family is preparing to hold a candlelight service for the three men. They're hoping it will not only help people remember the three men, but will also get the word out that the families of the three men are still seeking justice in this case.

"One day we believe we will have answers," says Carl Reese.

"I think sooner or later we will know," says Crystal Reese.

As for the candle light service, it will be held this Saturday, March 19th at 7:30 p.m. in front of the Clark County Courthouse.

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