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Fundraiser to raise reward for triple murder

Posted at 4:10 AM, Oct 05, 2015
and last updated 2015-10-05 04:10:24-04

The community came together to raise the reward for a triple homicide in Mangonia Park.

Three teens were playing video games together on a Monday night, when someone opened fire.

The victims were Carley Chapman, Se'sawn Danford and Martavoious Brown.

"Not a day goes by that I don't think about her and so much stuff reminds me of her," said Randy Chapman, Carley's father.

Se'Sawn's mom, Sharon More added, "No child should be buried by their parents."

But more than a year after they were gunned down, there's still no sign of the killer. 

"Come forward," said Chapman. "Don't let this keep going like this. Stop it before somebody else's kids get killed."

Today, a fundraiser at John Prince park sought justice for the families. The goal was to raise the reward to $25,000 to catch the person responsible for murdering the three teens.

"It's very important because I wouldn't want no other mother to walk in our footsteps," said More.

The families believe someone knows something about this crime. They're begging anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers. Remember, tips can be anonymous. You don't have to leave your name.  

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