By Megan Strader
KWCH 12 Eyewitness News
9:36 PM CDT, June 22, 2011
More than a week later, mystery still surrounds the death of Jenny Heckel. Last week the 27-year-old Hutchinson woman was found dead inside her home.
An autopsy reveals she died of two gunshot wounds. So far police have interviewed several people but have not identified a suspect or a motive in heckel's death
Wednesday night, her friends and family gathered in Wichita to start a project to make sure she isn't forgotten.
It's called "Justice for Jenny." The group made buttons with her picture for people to wear and ribbons to hang around Hutchinson this weekend.
Both are purple, for Heckel's favorite color.
Friends and family plan on hanging the ribbons this Sunday.
Teresa Rose tells Eyewitness News, "We want to keep this out in the public because we want to get as many people thinking about it and we don't want it to fade to fast."
Her aunt, Sonya Weekley adds, "I just want justice for Jessica."
Anyone interested in donating ribbon, helping put ribbons together or hanging ribbons is asked to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The group will also be selling bracelets next week and may even set up a reward for anyone with information leading to an arrest in Heckel's death.
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