By Ava-joye Burnett

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — It was a home invasion that shocked a Park Heights community: a senior citizen brutally attacked inside her home. Three weeks later, the 90-year-old died from her injuries—and the killer has not been caught.

Ava-joye Burnett has more from the community’s march for justice.

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Police say the 90-year-old woman was brutally attacked inside her home. Now her family, friends and neighbors march through the streets, hoping police will find the killer.

The crime just didn’t make sense.

“I am ready to move,” said one neighbor. “I am ready to move.”

On May 4, someone broke into Mary Hines’ Park Heights home and attacked her.

“Ms. Mary Dixon Hines was brutally assaulted, tied and left for dead inside of her home,” said Baltimore City Police Sgt. Jarron Jackson.

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“He must have drug her inside the house because it looked like a carpet burn,” said Margie Jackson, Hines’ niece.

The injuries were so severe, she never fully recovered. The 90-year-old died last week.

“Was very cowardly to do that to a 90-year-old frail woman,” said Dorothy Brown, Hines’ neighbor.

There’s outrage and concern because no one has been caught. Now the community is marching through the streets, hoping the killer will be caught and, even in her death, Hines will get some justice.

“Very hard for our family. It’s just that they need to find who did this to my aunt,” said Linda Jackson, Hines’ niece.

The march to bring some justice after Hines’ death starts on Oakford Avenue and goes to Garden Drive, where she lived.

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Ava-joye Burnett