Vigil to be held this weekend for Hamlin double homicide victims

September 14, 2018 11:29 PM

This weekend family and friends will gather to remember two Brockport High School graduates who were found dead earlier this week.

Deputies are still searching for a suspect in this double homicide. Twenty-year-old Alex Burrow and 18-year-old Bruce Kane were found in a burned-out car behind a warehouse in Hamlin Monday morning.

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Sheriff Todd Baxter and Chief Deputy Michael Fowler told reporters both Burrow and Kane suffered gunshot wounds, but would not confirm the cause of death. 

The vigil is planned for Sunday night at Brockport's Clarkson Recreation Park.

It is expected to begin at 7 p.m.

Deputies are asking anyone who saw or heard anything in the area of Lake Road and King Street in Hamlin between Sunday, Sept. 9 and Monday, Sept. 10 to call 911 or the Monroe County Sheriff's Office Tip Line at 585-753-4175. 


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