NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (WIVB) - Tuesday night, friends and family gathered to remember Isabella Tennant.
Exactly a year ago, the 5-year-old was murdered by her teenage babysitter. Her body was discovered in an alley in Niagara Falls.
A candlelight vigil was held in Hyde Park in the little girl's memory.
Family friend Gina Streck said, "We have to remember her; we have to light candles; we have to let the community know that Bella will always live in our hearts and she did not pass away in vain."
"Bella's not here, and her life was taken way too short, so today we're just going to remember a beautiful little girl," added Nina Manzare, a friend of Bella's mother.
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