The person who shot and killed Lonnie Lynn Reynolds last Wednesday at Liberty Park is still on the loose, but her parents hope to end that by speaking out about the horrific shooting.
The crime tape is gone from Liberty Park -- replaced with a small memorial for Reynolds.
Reynolds had just moved back to Renton after spending several months in Houston for a job. She had been home for a week when she came to the park with friends Wednesday evening.
Two women Reynolds wasn't associated with got into a fist fight at the park, and soon two of their male friends pulled out guns and started shooting. Reynolds was caught in the crossfire and was shot once in the abdomen.
"She was just at the wrong place at the wrong time, and it's just devastating," said Reynolds' father, Kebin Fears. "You come to a park and there's people who have guns. My daughter didn't have a gun. She doesn't own a gun."
Reynolds, who wanted to be a beautician, survived long enough in the hospital to squeeze her father's hand, but she couldn't hold on forever.
Now two parents are forced to plan a funeral for their daughter, while at the same time hoping to find justice in the case.
"Just come forward and be a man and accept what you did. It's horrible, firing into a crowd," said Lonnie's mother, Flaime Reynolds.
A crowd returned to the scene of the shooting Sunday night to fill the park with candles and flowers. It was a sign of what a young woman's life stood for and an image of what no parent should ever have to go through.
"It's devastating. It's totally totally devastating. No parent should have to bury their child," Fears said.
The park is equipped with surveillance cameras, which police hope will help solve the case.
A funeral for Reynolds is tentatively set for Friday.