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Clover Hill Residents Hold Vigil For Couple

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Posted: February 17, 2014

Amy Arey of Clover Hill places a candle at the Dry River Store during a vigil on Sunday for the store’s owner, Jae Young Kim, and his wife, Eun Sim Kim. Police say Mrs. Kim was shot and killed Saturday during a robbery at the store. Mr. Kim was severely beaten by the attacker, according to police. (Photos by Jason Lenhart)
Janice Myers helps her daughter, Miranda Myers, 9, light a candle during the vigil.
Hours after the Dry River Store's owner was severely beaten and his wife shot and killed, residents of Clover Hill began arriving at the store with flowers, balloons and notes of sympathy. The community also held a vigil Sunday night to mourn the loss of Eun Sim Kim and show support for her husband, Jae Young Kim. He was listed in critical condition Sunday night at the University of Virginia Medical Center. (Photo by Charles T. Long / Special to the DN-R)

CLOVER HILL — For roughly the last decade, Dillan Thompson went to Dry River Store in Clover Hill to pick up snacks or sometimes just to talk to the store’s owner, Jae Young Kim, and his wife, Eun...



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