Donation car wash for triple homicide victims

Donation car wash for triple homicide victims
KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Family and friends of the two women killed over the weekend, are holding a car wash to raise money for funeral costs.

It's still going on until 6:30PM at the Kennewick Grocery Outlet on Thursday. And if you can't make it Thursday, it will start again at noon on Friday in the same spot.

Abigail Torres and Victoria Torres were found dead with their friend, David Perez-Saucedo on a farm in rural Benton County.

Abigail was about to give birth to a baby girl who also didn't survive.

"Nobody expects tragic like this to happen ever and when you do, you don't expect that it's gonna be around your community on the people that you care about. We're all doing this together because we just want to let the family and Abby and the baby know that they're not alone. They touched lots of lives," said Abigail's cousin, Monica Muradanes.

A person of interest has been booked into jail on an unrelated kidnapping and criminal conspiracy charge. Investigators are looking for more suspects.