Friday night, friends and family remembered their loved ones who were victims in the City of Topeka’s first quadruple homicide.
The vigil Friday night was held at the home on Southwest Central Park where three of the bodies were found.
It brought nearly 40 people together to mourn the death of the four who died.
45 year old, Carla Jean Avery, who was found wounded in a parking lot and passed away two days later from her injuries. She was a mother, a friend and according to neighbors, a big part of the Central Park Community.
Families of the other victims in the shooting were at the vigil as well and they tell Kansas First News Reporter Don Bolerjack, they hope whoever did this is brought to justice.