TRAVERSE CITY — Kelly Ann Boyce’s family hopes the rush of summer tourists into Traverse City will yield a tip that leads to her killer.
Family members and friends papered downtown Traverse City with fliers this week. They also plan to hold a candlelight vigil Sunday — two things they hope brings attention back to the case, especially from National Cherry Festival visitors.
“They may have left and not known what happened,” said Boyce’s sister Nicole Nostrandt.
The vigil will begin Sunday at 9 p.m. in F&M Park, the same field in which hundreds of mourners gathered last year for a memorial service.