JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The mobile home is gone. But the memory of what happened on Missouri Avenue is still fresh for Tammy Lambretan.
It was the place where, just a month ago, Jazmine Shelton and Meagan Simmons were killed by an unknown gunman who simply opened fire on the home, not knowing or not caring, that two teenage girls were inside.
Lambretan said, "They were two little girls that was going to sixth grade. Never got to go to a prom. Never got to get married. Never got to graduate."
Two young lives cut short by violence. And they're not the only ones.
Action News got our hands on the latest murder stats in the city. According to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, there have been 65 murders so far this year. This time last year, there were 54.
Jazmine's and Meagan's murders are among several summer killings where police have made no arrests. Whoever shot and killed Amber Bass in her sister's driveway in July is still roaming the streets. And so is the person who killed 83-year-old Bob Levy inside his home back in June.
Lambretan is hopeful continued calls for justice within the community will help flush out Jazmine's and Meagan's killers. She says having the crime scene disappear helps. But knowing that their killers could still be lurking in their neighborhood makes her uneasy.
She said, "They took two innocent girls, you know. They're evil. That's all I can say, they're evil. And I hope they find them."
A $10,000 reward is still being offered for information that leads to those killers.