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DENVER — It’s an annual occurrence on Jan. 3 when Denver Metro Crime Stoppers sends out a bulletin asking for anyone with information to call in, while the Gonzales family gathers at the gravesites and prays for justice.

“It’ll be closure to us and peace to them,” the victims’ relative Sam Ruiz said. “We’ll get that monster — whoever did it, he or she — off the street.”

Rae Lynn, 50, and Fabian Gonzales, 2, were stabbed to death three years ago in their Adams County apartment.

“Not a day goes by when a tear doesn’t come out of my eyes wondering what happened in that house,” said another relative while visiting the gravesite. “What happened to my auntie?”

The Gonzales family spent the third anniversary of that day the same way they spent the last one, together at the grave.

“This day in particular just brings back so many memories for everyone,” Ruiz said. “We just try not to dread that they are gone but celebrate their lives.”

Fabian and his grandmother were killed on Jan. 3, 2014 at their apartment at 66th Place and Federal Boulevard. The family said later they still don’t know of any leads or suspects.

The crime is still unsolved, but the family holds hope for justice.

“Somebody is out there living that took the lives of two innocent victims,” Ruiz said. “Somebody out there has to know something.”

The family has offered a cash reward for anyone with information. They have also set up a GoFundMe account to try to raise the $2,000 Crime Stoppers reward.

Crime Stoppers bulletin