"Not only are we not letting up, but we're getting stronger, spoke to detectives today, they say they have new evidence, we've got America’s Most Wanted behind us, we're in the process of putting that show together," said Randy Moffett, Cynthia's brother.
Saturday, Cynthia's brother and sister, along with more than 100 friends and family gathered at the "Boca Raton Country Club."
"We're just really happy that people still have not forgotten, that she was killed and we still don't know who did it, and that’s what we'd like to do that," said Debbie Moffett, Cynthia's sister.
Detectives have not forgotten either, now four years later, they continue analyzing this surveillance video from inside the Pro Shop where Cynthia was working the night she died, trying to find the man they say: walked in, robbed and shot her.
"Through this and efforts like this we're going to get to the bottom of it, we're never going away," said Randy Moffett.
Cynthia, a beloved mother and grandmother, was very active in her community. Now her friends and relatives join together to remember her and raise money.
The family hopes, through events like this, Cynthia's memory will live on.
"We just want to find out who killed her, and a little peace in our lives, and we hope she's watching over us," said Debbie Moffett.
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