LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Several homicides are left unsolved every year in Louisville. That's why victims' families are stepping up to get answers.
Nearly 100 people walked down 22nd street Sunday raising awareness for unsolved cases.
Three years ago 21-year old Brandon Borders and his half brother Timothy O'Connor were shot and killed.
Timothy O'Connor was the father to them both. He says, "Violence is not the answer we've all made mistakes we've all done things in life but violence is not the answer."
Just two weeks ago, Mikel Kimberly was beaten to death in the Portland neighborhood. His mother tells us there is still no progress in the case.
Erica Grody says, "I'm taking it day by day and I'm trusting God, I know that God will find a way He'll heal us all."
These murders leave victims' families hoping one day they'll get the closure they need.
Tammy Borders, Brandon's mom, says, "We're not ever gonna stop fighting for answers and we know that people are out there that know things and we just want them to come forward."
If you have any information on the unsolved murders -- call the anonymous tip line, 574-LMPD.
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