North Charleston murder victim remembered a year later

NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Friends and family remembered a North Charleston murder victim one year after his death.They had a candlelight vigil for Isaac Dais, and they say they're still fighting for closure.

Police still have no idea who killed Dais near O'Hear Street in North Charleston.

"My family, as well as our church, decided to do a candlelight vigil in memory of my little brother," George Dais, Isaac Dais' brother, said.

Daid, along with a crowd of people, are still looking for answers. They sang and prayed, then placed a cross in the ground to remember Isaac.

"No child should have to leave this earth the way little Isaac did," Michael Bryany, friend of Isaac, said.

Bryant said the amount of time that has passed without any leads has been rough for the family.

"It's hard. It's been real hard for the family, and they're trying to make things work together," Bryant said. "They have a good family, a very supportive family among each other."

Last year, officers found Dais dead in his car after a neighbor called in after seeing his body inside.

When police showed up, the car was still on and the music was playing. The only thing they found was a single shell casing next to the victim...

Dais said he will continue the tireless search for those involved, but they need help from the community to put this mystery to rest.

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