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Family of murder victim speaks out

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Ely was found murdered Friday in a Broad Ripple home. Ely was found murdered Friday in a Broad Ripple home.
Theresa Ely, the victim's sister, is asking for eyewitnesses to help police solve the double murder. Theresa Ely, the victim's sister, is asking for eyewitnesses to help police solve the double murder.
5800 block of Rosalyn Ave., near Kessler and Keystone Ave. 5800 block of Rosalyn Ave., near Kessler and Keystone Ave.

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Indianapolis - The family of one of the two people found murdered in their Broad Ripple home is speaking out.
 
They not only have a plea to the public, but also a message for the killer.
 
"It's very emotional right now for everybody in the family," said Theresa Elzy, the victim's sister.
  
Theresa and her family want to know more than anything right now, who killed Avery "Taysia" Elzy and why.
  
Elzy was found murdered Friday afternoon along with 22 year old Michael Hunt.

"I really just want to know why? Why would they do that to two sweet people like that. Why," asked the sister.
     
Metro Police went to check on Elzy and Hunt Friday around 4:30 p.m.  They lived in the 5800 block of Rosslyn Avenue near Keystone and Kessler.  Officers found Elzy, Hunt and one of their three dogs murdered inside the home.
 
A car taken from the home, is the biggest clue for detectives right now. The victim's family hope people will come forward with more clues.

"If anybody knows anything, any little detail, the family would greatly appreciate just to come forth and say something," said Elzy.
  
The missing car is a blue, 4-door 2001 Mercury Sable with Indiana license plate - KW 1329.  It has 22" rims and video monitors in the seat head rests.  The words 'sexy and independent' are painted on the trunk.

Police believe the vehicle could be in Fort Wayne.  If you have any information that could help police in this case call Crimestoppers.   The telephone number is 262-TIPS.

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