LINTON, Ind. (WTHI - Groups across the Wabash Valley are collecting money to help the family of Linton, Indiana murder victim Katelyn Wolfe.
Wolfe, 19, was reported missing on June 6. Her body was found several days later. Police have two men in custody, charged with the crime.
A local coffee shop, Francisco De Borja, in Linton is selling some of Katelyn's father, Eric Wolfe's artwork. The proceeds will go toward funeral costs.
A young boy is also selling lemonade in front of Tracy Keen's State Farm Insurance at 130 "A" St. NE in Linton. All of the proceeds for that also go toward the funeral expenses.
The Shelburn Fire Department is collecting money this weekend at the Old Fashion Days Festival in Shelburn. They'll have a tent set up, and all money they collect will help fund the funeral for the Wolfe family.
The Old 41 Diner in Sullivan is also hosting a Fish Fry on Friday night for Katelyn Wolfe. They'll be serving all you can eat fish and sides for $9.99. Half of all the proceeds will go to the Wolfe family. That's from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, June 14.
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