BALTIMORE - The disappearance and death of Phylicia Barnes touched off an outpouring of concern and sadness. On Thursday family and friends in two states will honor her.
Phylicia's family members will hold a vigil at the Reisterstown Square Apartments in Northwest Baltimore. It was the last place she was seen.
The Baltimore candlelight vigil will be held on Thursday from 7pm to 9pm at 6520 Eberle Lane at the Reisterstown Square Apartments. Family members ask people to bring a purple or white candle to light in Phylicia's honor.
In Phylicia's hometown of Monroe, North Carolina, there will be a memorial service on Thursday for the teenager at a local church outside of Charlotte. Students at Union Academy have been wearing purple shirts and ribbons to honor Phylicia.
She disappeared on December 28th while visiting family in Baltimore. Her body was found in the Susquehanna River near the Conowingo Dam.
Baltimore Police have not made an arrest in this case.
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Remembering Phylicia Barnes
Family and friends in two states come together to honor Phylicia Barnes.
Maryland State Police have identified a man whose body was found in the Susquehanna River last week, but say they have not found a link to a missing North Carolina teen whose body was found nearby on the same day.
The Barnes family hopes to start a new reward fund to find out what happened to Phylicia, why and who is responsible.
The massive search for Phylicia Barnes at Patapsco State Park Saturday turned up the body of a man not yet identified.
A vigil will be held for Phylicia Barnes. It was two months ago that the 17 year old disappeared in the city.
Friends and family in Monroe, North Carolina react to the news of Phylicia Barnes death.
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