Norfolk, Va. - Even though Tyquisha Craig died two years ago as of Wednesday, her mom says it seems just like yesterday.
"The pain is still there," said Bridgette Wiggins, Craig's mom. "I have some days where I don't cry as much, but it's still very hard."
Craig was at a party on St. Julian Ave. the night she was killed in 2014. Her mom believes she was caught in random crossfire when a fight broke out. A 16-year old was also hit, but survived.
Even though it happened at a party, police say they don't have the information they need. "It was a party with a hundred people out there and no one will speak up and say anything," said Wiggins.
Craig is remembered for her sense of humor and wanted to work for the FBI someday. "She was real outgoing," said Wiggins. "She had lots of friends."
The family hopes someone will now see their pain and give police a tip they can use. "They have this thing about not snitching," said Wiggins. "This is someone's life."
Anyone with information should call the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.