Vigil held for Evans hit-and-run victim

Family and friends of a hit and run victim want the driver who killed him brought to justice. Saturday night the community of Evans held a vigil to remember Bob Moss.

"On a night like tonight when it's raining I just lie in bed and think about him laying outside in the cold."

A cross remains at place where a man the Town of Evans loved lost tragically. Family member held a vigil wearing shirts that said "gone but not forgotten."

The family of Bob Moss is still searching for peace after he was killed in a hit and run around Christmas.

The community wants justice.

"If this was your dad you would be praying for someone to come forward," daughter Megan Moss said. "So if you could just put yourself in our shoes for a second and just think of how much pain we're in."

At this point the town of Evans Police Department says that they do have the vehicle involved in the hit and run and that the owner is the person of interest in the crash.

The Family feels they have an idea who might be involved.

"If she didn't do it than say that do, if she did do it than take responsibility and the couple of people who helped her who are choosing to represent evil and not good."

We've confirmed Attorney Tom Eaunnou is representing a woman named Gabriel Ballowe in connection with this case. The defense attorney sent us a statement that's says quote :

I acknowledge that I represent Ms. Ballowe concerning the investigation into the unfortunate death of Barry Moss. To date no charges have been placed and I would ask the public not to jump to conclusions regarding this matter.

While several questions for this family still remain unanswered, the communities support helps ease the pain.

"Once we get justice we will be able to finally step back and be able to absorb what happened and heal. The longer we don't get justice -- the longer we go without moving on."


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