One of Morgan Harrington's parents was in Charlottesville Wednesday with the Yeardley Love case on her mind.
Gil Harrington stopped by the Copeley Road Bridge near the University of Virginia. It was the last place her daughter was seen alive last year.
Gil says recent news of violence in the city puts safety issues in the community back on the front burner. She says the UVA lacrosse killing raises real safety issues that are not being talked about in the community.
Harrington said, "There's nothing formal. I think those are dialogues that have not yet been had that need to occur."
Gil left a rock at the memorial site for her daughter. When we checked with state police Wednesday afternoon they said there's no new information that they're willing to release about the hunt for Morgan's killer.
The Harrington's are building the Morgan Harrington Educational Wing in Africa, that's part of the Orphan Medical Network International.