Candlelight vigil held in honor of Lancaster City shooting victim

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LANCASTER, Pa. - A local community honored the memory of a man killed last weekend in a Lancaster city shooting. Family and friends gathered for a candlelight vigil for Omaly Flores-Sandoval. The 20 year-old was shot and killed in the 300 block of South Lime Street on February  6. Police are still looking for his killer.

Family and friends are demanding justice and an end to the violence.

"You can't sum up any apology to the parents or their friends, loved ones," Flores-Sandoval's close friend, Denuel Jarba said.  "It's terrible I just wish it would all just stop."

City police say the attack doesn't seem to be random.