3 They are families on a mission to find their loved ones' killers. They gathered outside the Duval county courthouse - demanding justice in dozens of unsolved murders. Among the most vocal .. the families and friends of two teenagers, Megan Simmons and Jazmine Shelton. Whoever fired a hail of bullets into the home where the girls were sleeping back in August .. is still on the loose. Channel 4's Jim Piggott was at the courthouse and spoke to the families who are making a public plea for action. 3 3 3 12-1743-481:13-1:181:40- 1:451:50-1:55Now this may look like a protest but the people here say that is not what is happening here. they say this is to actually bring awareness to the issues here in Jacksonville . that there are unsolved murders. things that they are concerned about For these families in front of the courthouse.. This holiday is a sad one..WIthout a loved one and with answers to why they were killed.They are h ere remembering three victims of crime in Jacksonville.. There are many more..in fact our records show that out of 89 murders this years 50 are still unsolved...and that's what this group os trying to show...Robin Lezcano is the sister of amber bass who was shot and killed in her driveway last July.. No one h as been arrested for that murder. She says people need to step up.it's not getting better . Its up to the public to come forward feel that convictions and come forward. its their civic duty there are people losing their lives everyday.if we want this to get better we got to speak up we got to be proactive not reactive.The family of Megan Simmons was also at the courthouse.. Megan was killed in august with her best friend Jazmine Shelton..gunned down in a mobi e l home... again.. No arrest .. The family wonders why NO arrest have not been made In my heart I believe they need to be doing more. We have been told they are doing as much as they can but as a family member and parent, in our eyes it ' s not enough.The sheriff 's office says it can ' t comment on ongoing investigation s .. but applaud what these family are doing..When ever we can get people to talk in the community about crime our like this a murder. Because the more people talk the more people will hear It may trigger someone memory or trigger guilt and they will come foward to police .. So we want talk in the community about the crimes that our committedSo they say this is important to do during the holidays.. bring these people together to show support. Jim Piggott ch 4 the local station If you know anything about any of these unsolved murders - you're asked to call police or you can call crime stoppers at 866-845-TIPS. You can remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward.