‘Locked Arms’ event to support police, victims of crime

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.-- Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Assistant Chief Randy Taylor and Pastor Horatio Luster stopped by the FOX59 red couch Thursday.

They invited the community to the "Locked Arms" city-wide event on July 30 and provided an update on the number of unsolved homicides now solved from years past.

Here are the numbers so far in 2016: one case solved from 2012, three solved from 2014, and 12 cases solved from 2015.

Saturday, July 30, Taylor is joining Peacekeepers Indianapolis and calling on everyone to support families and victims of crimes.

This is also an opportunity to rally around and support the officers who work so hard to protect our community and solve crime. Pastor Luster and Chief Taylor are inviting every family in central Indiana to lock arms in support of victims, police and unity in Indianapolis.

The event runs from 3-7 p.m. Saturday at School 69, located at 3421 North Keystone Avenue. Anyone is welcome to attend.