Vigil to be held Saturday night for victim of Detroit serial killer

Police investigating possible new victim in case

DETROIT – The friends and family of Tammy Jones, one of three woman killed by a suspected serial killer in Detroit, are preparing for a vigil Saturday night.

Police are investigating a possible new victim in the case.

Deborah Reynolds has been missing for months. Last year, Reynolds was seen in public with Deangelo Martin, the suspected serial killer. Remains were found wrapped in a sheet under a couch inside the vacant home where Martin was living just off of Woodward Avenue south of 8 Mile Road. Those remains have not yet been identified. 

Just this week police collected a hair sample from one of Reynold's brushes to see if there is a DNA match. 

The vigil will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Meldrum Street between Garfield and Forest.