Those close to the Benton County homicide victims held a car wash to riase money for their funerals.
The families are sitll reeling from the loss of 22-year-old David Perez Saucado, 23-year-old Abigail Torres and 19-year-old Victoria Torres who were all found shot to death in a farm field in Benton County Saturday morning.
While officers have ruled this case a triple homicide there are still a lot of questions making it difficult for the families to move on.
Abigail Torres was pregnant with a full term baby girl who didn't survive her mothers death.
She also left behind a 6-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter.
Abigail's cousin Monica Muradanes said this day is important for them because they want to present a united front and make sure the victims and their families know they have support.
"Nobody expects tragedy like this to happen ever and when you do you don't expect that it's going to be around your community," Muradanes said. "I think it's important that we're all doing this together because we just want the family and Abby in the baby to know that they're not alone and they touched lots of lives."
Officers said they are still actively investigating the case and have identified potential suspects and people of interest.
They have video recordings that they are looking into, but would not confirm what exactly is on those tapes.
They family will be hosting the car wash agin tomorrow at the grocery outlet in Kennewick.
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