Mourners offer sympathy, gifts for slain girls

By Sheila Stogsdill Published: June 15, 2008
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/> People who identified themselves as Taylor's cousins stopped by the memorial site to take photographs.

"The family is getting along as well as expected,” said one woman, wiping tears from her eyes.

No new details in the case were released Saturday.

Agents continued to follow hundreds of leads after earlier releasing a sketch of a man they are seeking for questioning. He is described as having a long black ponytail and driving a white Ford or Chevy pickup.

Tim Williams, owner of Tim's Grocery Store in Weleetka, said he didn't think a local person was responsible for the slayings.

"People don't kill children around here,” Williams said. "Most people are still scared. They go to bed thinking about it (the slayings) and wake up thinking about it.”

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