Havonnah Johnson, News 9
BETHANY, Oklahoma -- Friends and family of Carina Saunders held a protest followed by a candlelight vigil Tuesday.
The missing 19-year-old's body was found dismembered in a duffel bag behind Homeland grocery store last Thursday. Dozens met at the Bethany Police Department, lining the streets, and holding signs urging police to find Saunders' killer.
"She was the sweetest, most beautiful girl. I just can't phantom the idea of how someone could do something to a girl so sweet," a friend said.
Meanwhile the family asks friends to tell police everything they hear as the investigation progresses.
After the protest, the group moved to the Homeland grocery store to place a cross where her body was discovered.
Saunders' father didn't want to speak to media, but thanked everyone for coming and for supporting police efforts.
The family is offering a reward for any information that leads to the arrest of the person accountable. If you have info you're asked to call Bethany Police at (405)-789-2323.