North Carolina double murder: Families of Devin Clark, Lyric Woods to say final goodbyes
The families of North Carolina teenagers Devin Clark and Lyric Woods — friends who died in a mysterious double-murder on Sept. 17 — will say their final goodbyes on Saturday.
Clark's mother said in a Facebook Live video that she plans to host a memorial "ride along" for her 18-year-old son on Saturday, as well.
"Lyric loved life and loved volleyball.
"Lyric was the funniest kid you could ever meet, she loved cracking jokes and being with her friends.
She loved her eyelash curler and above all else she loved her Nike Air Jordans.
NORTH CAROLINA DOUBLE MURDER: AUTHORITIES HUNTING FOR SUSPECT ACCUSED OF KILLING DEVIN CLARK, LYRIC WOODSClark's family held a candlelight vigil for the 18-year-old on Thursday.
His aunt, Adriana Bowe, remembered him in a Facebook post as a loved and "very SMART young man."
MOTHER OF NORTH CAROLINA TEENAGER SHOT DEAD IN DOUBLE MURDER SPEAKS OUT: SUSPECT ‘HAD A LOT OF ANGER’"Devin loved to laugh.
"We will now work with local, state and federal authorities to apprehend and present the suspect to the court system."
The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) and FBI directed Fox News to the sheriff's office when asked about their possible involvement in the search.
Clark was a junior at East Alamance High School in Mebane, where he played football.
Woods was a freshman at Cedar Ridge High School in Hillsborough.