You think back to this heinous crime: We're talking about a vicious, sadistic killer or killers.
This was a horrible, horrible crime, and the family is looking for answers.
Kelley Moriarity's pictures are throughout Bud and Grace Moriarity's home. Bible verses and pictures of Pope John Paul always close by. Kelley's parents are still feeling the pain after learning of her death, after one of her limbs washed ashore in St Petersburg. She disappeared with Doris Carter.
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Bud Moriarity says the two women were last seen at Doris's house in Plant City where she was preparing to evict her daughter and son-in -law.
10News WTSP Anchor: "Who do you think is responsible for the death of your daughter and Doris?"
"Stacy and Anthony Muralt," Bud declares. "Doris' daughter and son-in-law -- period."
The Moriarity's believe it's all about money. They feel the Muralts knew that they were going to be evicted and had no place to go.
Hillsborough Sheriff's investigators say they have never identified the Muralts as suspects. But they have questioned them and examined their home from top to bottom.
"We've looked at them and we've looked at every aspect of not only their personal lives, but their social lives, their business lives -- every aspect that we can possibly examine," says Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer, Larry McKinnon.
Investigators say while there is circumstantial evidence in the case, what they need is a key piece to tie this case together. And they say they need the public's help to find it.
"Where is that key lead or that key factor that can pull all this together that'll give us enough for a criminal indictment?" McKinnon says.
Meanwhile, the Moriarity's just sit and wait for a break in the case. Each year on December 27 -- the day Kelly's limb was found -- they go to the beach, gather one white stone, and pray. Praying that someone -- somewhere -- comes forward and gives detectives the break they need to solve this cold case.