They came by the dozens pouring into the street of a Cleveland neighborhood to show their love and support for Linda Hines.
Friends and family left with so many unanswered questions days after the 22-year-old's death.
Linda's younger brother, old enough to feel pain, but still too young to understand why he's hurting.
Just a few words sum up his heartache.
"That I love you," says Linda Hines little brother.
Police found Linda dead at a home on West 125 Street Sunday along with her boyfriend Peter Ogletree, Jr.
Cops aren't saying much but they are investigating the case as a possible murder suicide.
As the investigation continues, Linda's loved one's just pray for closure.
"Linda have love and we have loved her. That was my baby," says Linda's mom Monique Woodley. "I'm definitely going to miss her. Just laughing going out together."
Linda's little brother and those who knew the aspiring nurse are now left with the heartbreaking reality that she's gone.
"And I won't get a chance to see her again," says Linda's brother.
If you would like to help with funeral costs a fund for Ms. Hines has been set up and you can make a donation at any US Bank.
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