TULSA - Family and friends will gather Tuesday evening to remember a Tulsa teen killed one month ago today.
On May 26, 17-year-old Kayla Ferrante was fatally shot while riding in her boyfriend's car just a short distance from her own front door. She had just graduated high school the night before.
Investigators do not believe she was targeted, but at this point police still have no answers.
Ferrante's family is working with the Crime Commission to set up a special donation-based reward fund.
The family is holding a candlelight vigil Tuesday to honor Ferrante and raise awareness about finding her killer.
The vigil is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at the corner of 15th and 122nd East Avenue in east Tulsa.
Candles will be provided to the first 200 people to arrive.
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