On a remote road in Richmond, Ontario County there is a memorial for a mother and child who are not at peace.
"They're not resting right now. They ain't got nobody here," said India Muniz, Amelia Rivera's aunt. "The only thing we're looking for is justice."
In the early morning hours of October 23, 2010 a passerby noticed a small fire along Pierpont Road. When first responders arrived, they realized it was a body on fire. It was Amelia Rivera, who was eight months pregnant with a son.
Amelia, who they called Melindy, had seven daughters and a close extended family. They know at times in her life she struggled with drugs, but they believe no one deserves to die the way she did.
"If you ever needed anything, she was always there for you. If she had it, she would've given it to you," said Rivera's cousin Sandra Alvarado.
Investigators with the Ontario County Sheriff's Office are still looking into leads called in by the public. They think the public will be key to solving this case.
"We do continue to get tips. They come a couple, three times a year, we hear from people. They give us information and it put us in a new direction. I don't consider this a cold case," said Lt. Brad Falkey.
"There's someone out there who has talked with the person or persons that are responsible for this. They either have a hunch or they know who's involved. We're looking for them to get the courage to come forward, not only for Amelia and her family but to get a monster or monsters off the street."
Falkey believes some answers may come out of Rochester, where Rivera lived and was last seen alive.
Her family in the meantime fights to keep her name and story in the public hoping it will encourage someone to do the right thing.
"If you know something call anonymously. Leave a note," said Alvarado.
If you know something, you're encouraged to call the Sheriff's Office at 1-800-394-4560 or (585) 396-4638.