WARWICK, R.I. — Dozens turned out for a vigil held in Warwick for a man who was murdered one year ago at Warwick City Park.Family, friends and police returned to the scene of the crime where the body of 66 year-old John "Jack" Fay was found. Fay often went to the park to exercise, but an apparent homicide took Fay's life last May. His body was discovered in a barrel and in January, a sledgehammer was discovered which is believed to be the weapon which killed Fay. The family chose to hold the vigil at the Warwick City Park not because it was where he was found, but because it was a place he loved to be.Although Warwick Police have few leads, the investigation remains open at this time. Police are asking anyone with information to call detectives.
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