Posted: Nov 15, 2010 7:30 PM by Michael Marsh
Updated: Nov 15, 2010 7:30 PM
Source: Associated Press
HICKORY - The small town of Hickory, North Carolina will hold a candlelight vigil on Tuesday to mourn the death of a disabled girl who would have turned eleven.
People have left stuffed animals, balloons and birthday cards at the house Zahra Baker shared with were father and step-mother since authorities say they found her body last Friday. They wouldn't say how she was murdered.
She was reported missing in October and no one is charged with her death, although step-mother Elisa Baker, is in jail on obstruction charges.