About 50 people gathered Saturday afternoon beside Jacket Stop & Shop to pray for closure for the family of Rhonda Coleman, who was murdered 31 years ago. No one has been charged with the murder. The Rev. Robert Wigley apoke as the crowd held hands in solidarity. Rhonda’s parents, Gail and Milton Coleman, were on hand for the prayer vigil. Jacket Stop & Shop, 31 years ago, was Suwanee Swifty where it is believed Rhonda’s ordeal began on the night of her death.