Six years ago, an 11-year-old girl was found dead in a cemetery.

Friday night, about 30 people gathered to remember Jodi Parrack and once again ask for help finding her killer.

Jodi was riding her bike home from a friend's house in Constantine, Mich. November 9, 2007 but never made it home.

She was only missing for a couple of hours before her mom found her body in a cemetery not far from where she lived.

Jodi's mom no longer lives in Constantine and is grateful so many people came to honor her daughter's live.

"It just shows that we're still waiting for an answer," said Valerie "Jo" Gilson. "We haven't given up. Her case might be called cold, but to us, it's not."

Detectives say they're hoping new DNA evidence and improvements in technology in just the past few years will shed more light on Jodi Parrack's case.

WSBT's Kristin Bien takes an in-depth look at this case next Thursday in her series Cold Case.  Her series will air on WSBT News at 6 and 11 all next week.