WILKINSBURG (KDKA) — One week after four women, a man and an unborn child died in a mass shooting in Wilkinsburg, there was a vigil Wednesday night near the shooting scene.

Organizer Candace King-Williams says police can’t solve every crime alone; they need help from people who live in the community.

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“It’s the police’s job to protect and serve, but how can they serve if we don’t give them something to serve?” Williams said. “It’s time for the [police-community] relationship to change.”

Some of those attending the rally have themselves lost loved ones to gun violence.

Pastor Brian Wright Sr., of Pittsburgh, lost two sons to shootings.

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Wright said a prayer asking that the Lord “fill this place with healing.”

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June Howard, who lives just doors down the street from the scene of last week’s shooting, said, “This has been a nice neighborhood, nothing is perfect, nothing is perfect.”

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Allegheny County Police are leaving no stone unturned in the investigation, but so far, even a $20,000 reward offered by the ATF has not led to any arrests in the case.