Vigil held for victim in unsolved Teaneck murder
TEANECK (WABC) -- Friends gathered in Teaneck, New Jersey, Thursday night to remember a neighbor whose murder remains unsolved.
A memorial service and candlelight vigil were held in honor of 74-year-old Joan Davis.
The community activist was killed in her home last week.
Police say the house was then set on fire to cover the killer's tracks.
There is still no word on a motive.
Davis is remembered for attending almost every town council meeting for years and consistently making her voice heard.
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