Florence McLennan, of Toledo, left, whose niece Julia Bedford was murdered, and Toledoans Cymone Payne and Sarah Carrillo, in remembrance of Constance Carrillo, sign the broken heart during the fifth annual National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims.
Gabriel Burgete of Toledo lights a candle for his son General Hurst, murdered Dec. 31, 2006.
CTY vigil25p Kellie Grace, from the Crime Victim Section of the Ohio Attorney General's office. The fifth annual National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims hosted by the Greater Toledo Chapter of Parents of Murdered Children and Other Homicide Survivors (sic) in Toledo, Ohio on September 25, 2011. The Blade/Jetta Fraser THE BLADE/JETTA FRASEREnlarge
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Kellie Grace, from the Crime Victim Section of the Ohio attorney general’s office, speaks at Sunday’s event.
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