The families of Ralph Salazar and Alice Griego are now offering a reward to help solve the murder of the couple found inside a home that was purposely set on fire in Sandy.
"Not even a million dollars can bring her or Ralph back,” says Jenna Griego, the daughter of Alice Griego. “Anybody, please that has information please call."
One year ago, the Sandy fire department responded to a house fire. It soon became a crime scene.
Inside the burned home were the bodies of Salazar and Griego.
Family members want to know who killed them.
“My mom was such a great person,” says her son Frankie Sisneros. “She never did anything bad in her life and for something like this to happen, the callousness of it to the degree their bodies were nothing and to witness something like that, to see that, it's been the hardest thing I've had to deal with.”
Unified Police has investigated the double murder over the past year. But the investigation has yet to produce any suspects.
“This crime needs to be solved,” says Sheriff Jim Winder. “These people behind me are members of the victims and they're suffering. They're suffering mightily.”
Ralph Salazar’s niece was one of those attending Friday’s press briefing on the murder.
“He (Salazar) was probably the biggest part of our family the glue that kept us all together,” says Lisa DeHerrera.
“None of us can have closure until we know exactly what happened.”
Winder says the killer or killers left behind clues but need a name.
“We are dealing with someone who covered up their actions,” says Sheriff Winder. “They knew what they were doing.”
Their families are now offering a reward to solve this mystery.
"We miss them a lot and we just need somebody to say something,” says Sisneros. “Somebody out there knows something. We just want them to be able for them to rest in peace."
Anyone with information about the murders should call the Unified Police at 385-468-9817.