Family members of triple homicide victims come together in prayer, support

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Family members of victims of a triple homicide came together Monday night for a prayer vigil to show love and support.

Last Friday, two women and a man were found shot and killed inside a northeast side apartment. Takara Coleman, 23, Cameron Baker, 25, and Lisa Woods, 52, were found dead. Coleman's 18-month-old girl was found sleeping and unharmed nearby.

Monday night, family members and friends of the victims offered hugs, prayer, and strength for each other.

Woods is remembered as having a kind soul and a beautiful smile.

“A beautiful person inside and out. She would do anything for anyone. She was just a very, very beautiful person," said her brother, Gerald Ladd.

Family members said Woods was leaving her apartment to head to work when shots rang out. They believe she was in the wrong place at the wrong time.

“Heading out in the morning to go to work and ran into this. It’s just so unfair," Ladd said.

Coleman is remembered as a loving mother who would do anything for her baby girl. She was going to college and worked selling insurance.

“I’m just praying night and day for strength to be able to be strong for my grand baby," said Coleman's mother, Saretha Wridley. She added, "we need to stop killing each other. She shouldn’t of had to lose her life, neither should Lisa Woods."

Police still have no suspects and no motive for the shooting. Family members are calling for justice.

“It’s just a senseless act and I want these guys to come to justice," said Ladd.

If you know anything, you're encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 262-TIPS. You can make reports anonymously.