NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) At a guard in East Harlem on Saturday, friends and family remembered Kristal Bayron-Nieves, who was killed shot last week during a robbery while working on a Burger King.
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As CBS2’s Leah Mishkin reports, the family prayed with Crystal’s mother, Kristie Bayron-Nieves, and lit candles.
A cousin told CBS2 that Kristal loved spending time with his family and working on saving up for a car.
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The cousin described Kristal as kind-hearted and encouraging.
Kristie Bayron-Nieves thanked everyone at the guard for their support and said she just wants justice for her daughter.
“She says thank you to everyone and everyone who has been there for me at this moment. She wants justice for Krystal. I hope my daughter is the last,” said one translator.
CBS2’s Leah Mishkin contributed to this report.
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