As you can imagine, its a painful time for family of victims from Midvale's triple homicide, but Friday Randy and Kathy Candelaria are letting their love shine.
"I just want to bring some light to this darkness," said Randy Candelaria, Brother-in-law of a Midvale triple homicide victim.
Randy is placing candles at a home in Midvale where his brother-in-law Omar Jarman, as well as two others were shot and killed Tuesday.
"It's hard to see so many people's lives impacted, everybody loses, even the shooter.
Unified Police believe 25 year old David Fresques gunned down Jarman, Shontay Young and Danielle Lucero. Friday afternoon Danielle's brother Andy came to see the spot where she died.
"It's eerie, scary, my heart races. I don't know," said Andy Lucero, brother.
"It's still too difficult for you?" asked Reporter Marcos Ortiz.
"Yeah," said Lucero.
The Candelarias are coming to the home to get closure.
"I guess I just want to see the last place that my brother was," said Cathy Candelaria, sister.
They're holding onto their faith, that the loved ones they lost, have gone to a better place.
"That candle of Jesus, that's who they see now," said Randy Candelaria.
"Omar has gone home, and he's there waiting for us, and he'll be there for us and we will see him again," said Cathy Candelaria.
The Lucero family is planning a candle light vigil this weekend for the victims. If you'd like to attend, the vigil will be held Sunday 5:30 p.m. at 8286 S. Adams St. in Midvale.
Police are still looking for a second man believed to be involved in the shooting. If you know anything about this second person, call Unified Police.
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