JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Six months have been very tough on the Bass family, especially since no arrests have been made in Amber Bass' murder.

Bass was coming home from a night out with friends when she was shot in the drive of her sister's Westside home. As the days ticked by no arrests were made in her case.

Since that day, her family has been to countless vigils for Amber and other victims of unsolved crimes hoping someone from the public will come forward.

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The only two clues released to the public by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office was this surveillance photo of a car that was following Amber's car closely that night and a sketch of her purse that was gray with silver sequins, which was missing after the shooting.

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Amber's family says they are not giving up hope that someone will come forward with information. Her sister Robin Lezcano says Sunday a vigil will be held on Loring Avenue near US-17 in Orange Park. The location is where another young woman, Jillian Berrios, was murdered while sitting in her car.

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Anyone with information in Amber Bass's case is asked to Call Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS.