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Saying goodbye to murder victims

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Updated: 11/15/2013 7:37 pm
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Keyshell and Keyonna Brown had their whole lives ahead of them.

Now, as the Brown family prepares to lay the sisters to rest, they make another plea to the killer or killers.

"Just come forth please," said their aunt Sadea Brown.

It's been a week since Keyonna, 22, and Keyshell, 21 were shot to death inside a home on Randolph Street. They were victims of a mass murder, along with Derek Williams and Gontrell Hagans.

It's been a week, and police haven't made any arrests or released a possible motive.

Sadea Brown said, "It's very frustrating. We just looking for the killers. Because they didn't deserve it."

The crime scene has become a memorial for the victims. And even though JSO is keeping tight-lipped about the case, Action News has learned Crime Stoppers is getting tips.

Executive Director Wyllie Hodges said, "On the Murray Hill case, we have gotten seven tips."

He's hoping for more, assuring those with information that "it is an anonymous phone call."

Hodges said even the smallest piece of information can help solve the case. Four families are suffering right now, desperate for answers.

"It could be you or your family next," he said.

The number to Crime Stoppers is 866-845-TIPS. Information leading to an arrest could lead to a reward of up to $3,000.
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1country - 11/16/2013 8:00 AM
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I am growing tired of this !!
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