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Police still looking for leads in Marrow murder case

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - Grieving loved ones gathered Thursday night — hoping for an answer to an unsolved Richmond murder.

Bonnie Marrow was shot and killed just three days before Christmas last year.

Police think she was shot while driving to work at VCU Medical Center or visiting her son, Robert Cox Junior's grave site.

He too was shot and killed in 2010. His murder is also unsolved.

Nearly a hundred people held candles, looking for some closure for the family.

Police tell us they have some good leads in Bonnie's murder but urge you to call 780-1000 if you can help.

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