Friends and relatives wash cars Thursday at the Grocery Outlet store on Olympia Street in Kennewick to raise money for the funeral costs for three victims of last weekend's shooting in a Benton County. Abigail Torres-Renteria, who was nearly nine months pregnant, David Perez-Saucedo and Victoria Torres were found shot Saturday morning.
Friends and relatives wash cars Thursday at the Grocery Outlet store on Olympia Street in Kennewick to raise money for the funeral costs for three victims of last weekend's shooting in a Benton County. Abigail Torres-Renteria, who was nearly nine months pregnant, David Perez-Saucedo and Victoria Torres were found shot Saturday morning. Tri-City Herald
Friends and relatives wash cars Thursday at the Grocery Outlet store on Olympia Street in Kennewick to raise money for the funeral costs for three victims of last weekend's shooting in a Benton County. Abigail Torres-Renteria, who was nearly nine months pregnant, David Perez-Saucedo and Victoria Torres were found shot Saturday morning. Tri-City Herald

Car wash held to benefit shooting victims

August 14, 2014 3:57 PM

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