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Remembering Phil Hayes, one of hundreds killed this year |...

Aaliyah Hayes, 5, is supported by her half-sister, Kayla Hayes, 17, at the viewing for their father, Phil Hayes, whose killing on Nov. 6 remains unsolved. The family kept the five-year old away from the room where family and friends were paying their respects to Hayes at the Vaughn C. Greene funeral home on York Road.
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Remembering Phil Hayes, one of hundreds killed this year | PHOTOS

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The killing of Phil Hayes on November 6, 2021 has not been solved.
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Viewing for Phil Hayes
Aaliyah Hayes, 5, is supported by her half-sister, Kayla Hayes, 17, at the viewing for their father, Phil Hayes, whose killing on Nov. 6 remains unsolved. The family kept the five-year old away from the room where family and friends were paying their respects to Hayes at the Vaughn C. Greene funeral home on York Road.
Aaliyah Hayes, 5, is supported by her half-sister, Kayla Hayes, 17, at the viewing for their father, Phil Hayes, whose killing on Nov. 6 remains unsolved. The family kept the five-year old away from the room where family and friends were paying their respects to Hayes at the Vaughn C. Greene funeral home on York Road. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
Viewing for Phil Hayes
Kayla Hayes, center, is comforted at the viewing for her father, Phil Hayes, by cousins Marq Hayes, left, Madison Hayes, right, and Kayla’s friend, Lorin Cappelli, second from left.
Kayla Hayes, center, is comforted at the viewing for her father, Phil Hayes, by cousins Marq Hayes, left, Madison Hayes, right, and Kayla’s friend, Lorin Cappelli, second from left. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
Viewing for Phil Hayes
Bill Hayes, whose son, Phil Hayes, 40, was killed on Nov. 6, is comforted during the viewing at Vaughn C. Greene funeral home on York Road by Julio Brice, a friend of Phil and his older brothers. Hayes’ killing has not been solved, as Baltimore City approaches 300 homicides for the year.
Bill Hayes, whose son, Phil Hayes, 40, was killed on Nov. 6, is comforted during the viewing at Vaughn C. Greene funeral home on York Road by Julio Brice, a friend of Phil and his older brothers. Hayes’ killing has not been solved, as Baltimore City approaches 300 homicides for the year. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
Viewing for Phil Hayes
Bill Hayes, whose son, Phil Hayes, 40, was killed on Nov. 6, is comforted during the viewing at Vaughn C. Greene funeral home on York Road by an old friend, Danny Fields.
Bill Hayes, whose son, Phil Hayes, 40, was killed on Nov. 6, is comforted during the viewing at Vaughn C. Greene funeral home on York Road by an old friend, Danny Fields. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
Viewing for Phil Hayes
Shantell Johnson, left, accompanied by friends, pays her respects at the viewing of Phil Hayes at Vaughn C. Greene funeral home on York Road.
Shantell Johnson, left, accompanied by friends, pays her respects at the viewing of Phil Hayes at Vaughn C. Greene funeral home on York Road. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
Viewing for Phil Hayes
From left, Roxanne Jackson, with Roslyn and Calvin Jones, pay their respects during the viewing of Phil Hayes, who was killed on Nov. 6. Their sons grew up with Phil Hayes and his brothers in northeast Baltimore.
From left, Roxanne Jackson, with Roslyn and Calvin Jones, pay their respects during the viewing of Phil Hayes, who was killed on Nov. 6. Their sons grew up with Phil Hayes and his brothers in northeast Baltimore. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
Candlelight vigil highlights another 300-murder year in Baltimore
Madison Hayes, 17 embraces her father, Christopher Hayes, framed by his father Bill Hayes, left, and son, Carter Hayes, 13 at a vigil outside Northern High School for the unsolved killing of Philip Hayes, as Baltimore closes in on another year of 300 homicides.
Madison Hayes, 17 embraces her father, Christopher Hayes, framed by his father Bill Hayes, left, and son, Carter Hayes, 13 at a vigil outside Northern High School for the unsolved killing of Philip Hayes, as Baltimore closes in on another year of 300 homicides. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Candlelight vigil highlights another 300-murder year in Baltimore
Attendees huddle together , sharing fire to light candles at a vigil outside Northern High School for the unsolved killing of Philip Hayes, as Baltimore closes in on another year of 300 homicides
Attendees huddle together , sharing fire to light candles at a vigil outside Northern High School for the unsolved killing of Philip Hayes, as Baltimore closes in on another year of 300 homicides (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Candlelight vigil highlights another 300-murder year in Baltimore
Bill Hayes at a vigil for his son Phillip Hayes, who was killed in Baltimore.
Bill Hayes at a vigil for his son Phillip Hayes, who was killed in Baltimore. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Candlelight vigil highlights another 300-murder year in Baltimore
Christopher Hayes looks at the memorial poster for his brother, Phillip Hayes, signed by attendees of the vigil.
Christopher Hayes looks at the memorial poster for his brother, Phillip Hayes, signed by attendees of the vigil. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Candlelight vigil highlights another 300-murder year in Baltimore
Former classmate Tameeka McMillan-Vice ties mylar ballons to a street lamp as dusk settles at a vigil outside Northern High School for the unsolved killing of Philip Hayes, as Baltimore closes in on another year of 300 homicides Sat., Nov. 13, 2021. (Karl Merton Ferron/Baltimore Sun Staff)
Former classmate Tameeka McMillan-Vice ties mylar ballons to a street lamp as dusk settles at a vigil outside Northern High School for the unsolved killing of Philip Hayes, as Baltimore closes in on another year of 300 homicides Sat., Nov. 13, 2021. (Karl Merton Ferron/Baltimore Sun Staff) (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Candlelight vigil highlights another 300-murder year in Baltimore
Former classmate Tameeka McMillan-Vice holds a memorial poster for people to sign at a vigil for Philip Hayes.
Former classmate Tameeka McMillan-Vice holds a memorial poster for people to sign at a vigil for Philip Hayes. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Candlelight vigil highlights another 300-murder year in Baltimore
Standing beneath the rising moon, former classmate Tameeka McMillan-Vice, right, shares some final words.
Standing beneath the rising moon, former classmate Tameeka McMillan-Vice, right, shares some final words. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Candlelight vigil highlights another 300-murder year in Baltimore
Bill Hayes, left, stands with grandson Carter Hayes, 13 at a vigil outside Northern High School for the unsolved killing of Philip Hayes.
Bill Hayes, left, stands with grandson Carter Hayes, 13 at a vigil outside Northern High School for the unsolved killing of Philip Hayes. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
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