Victim of unsolved 2009 murder honored with candlelight vigil
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CENTENNIAL, Colo. - A candlelight vigil was held Saturday to remember the victim of a three-year-old unsolved murder.
Andrew Graham was murdered in Centennial in November 2009. He died from a single gunshot to his torso during a mysterious confrontation in his Centennial neighborhood on the morning of Nov. 6, the Arapahoe County coroner said after the shooting.
Graham's body was found on a residential lawn less than a mile from his parent's home.
Investigators believe the 23-year-old CU engineering graduate student was walking home after getting off a light rail train when some sort of confrontation occurred. Graham had spent the previous night in Boulder looking to lease a home with friends while attending graduate school.
Investigators have not made any arrests in the case, but family members and the community gathered at 7700 S. Willow Street in Centennial Saturday to remember Andrew.
Investigators say they are continuing to work the case.
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