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Family holds out hope for more answers in daughter's death

The arrests have left Sonsaray Warford's family with some answers, but they say their mission has moved in a new direction, to make sure justice is served.

For almost two years, Greg Todd has been searching for his daughter Sonsaray Warford.

"I was a father who was wanting answers, and I wasn't gonna stop until I got them," said Todd.

Tuesday morning, he got the answers he's been looking for - detectives told Todd they found two bodies in a field in Richmond, bodies they believe are Warford and boyfriend Charles Walker.

"There was always hope that she may come back. Her and Chew both. Now it's just numbing," said Warford's aunt Nena Martin.

Police have charged Daniel Keene and Matthew Denholm with kidnapping and killing the couple. WKYT talked with neighbors of Keene's, surprised to hear about the arrests. Warford's family still has questions they're hoping now get answered in court.

"We want everybody to know any time you in a bad crisis, don't ever give up. There's always hope," said Todd.

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