Candlelight vigil set for Sunday to honor missing Skelton brothers

Skelton brothers posing in front of Christmas tree / WNWO Newsfile

It's going to be another tough holidays for the family and friends of three missing Morenci brothers. But the local community is hoping for a Christmas miracle to bring Andrew, Alexander and Tanner Skelton back home.

This Sunday, a candlelight vigil is being held in their honor in Toledo. It begins at 6pm at the Old Amtrak Village near the intersection of Emerald Ave. and Logan St. in Old South End.

The brothers disappeared on Thanksgiving last year. After weeks of searching for the boys, the Morenci Police Chief called the case a homicide investigation.

The boys' father John Skelton has not been charged with the boys' murder. But is serving a 15 year prison sentence on unlawful imprisonment charges.

Skelton claims he gave the boys to an underground organization in order to protect them from their mother.

Do you think the boys will ever be found? Do you think their father killed them? Post your comments below.