NEW BRIGHTON, Minn. (KMSP) -
A vigil was held for 32-year-old Henry McCabe Saturday at Rush Lake in New Brighton.
Henry McCabe’s body was found Monday night after he was missing for nearly three months.
ICYMI: Henry McCabe's body found
His widow, Kareen believes someone hurt him and is asking the public to help her find justice for her husband.
“Until the police walked to my door I was certain he was alive! I wanted him to be. I wanted him to be!” Kareen McCabe said.
Ever since 32-year-old Henry McCabe vanished on the early morning of September 7, 2015 his wife Kareen held on tightly to her faith.
Henry McCabe leaves behind two young children.
“I try to have good memories for my oldest. We talk about all the good times we had together. He was supposed to be there for her birthday. This will be their first Thanksgiving without him. Their first Christmas!” Kareen McCabe said.
During the ceremony Kareen took a call from Henry's grieving mother in Liberia and walked down to Rush Lake to lay flowers.
“He couldn't have walked here. Somebody did this to him.” Kareen McCabe said.
The lake is at least 7 miles from the Holiday gas station in Fridley which is where he was dropped
Tuesday police told Fox 9 there were no signs of foul play or suspicious circumstances at the time of Henry's death.
This despite the shocking, unintelligible voicemail henry left his brother Timothy the morning he went missing.
SEE THIS: Voicemail left by Henry McCabe
“Henry would not walk over here by himself. It's so much impossible for somebody that I know for someone that I know to come over here and commit suicide. Don't want to believe it. I believe that this was organized by some body to bring him here.” Henry’s friend, David Kasseh said.
As police continue their investigation Kareen hopes anyone who saw or knows what happened to Henry brings clear answers to light.
“Please, please help us find out who did this!” Kareen McCabe said.
It’s unclear when Henry’s body will be laid to rest. Members of the Liberian community hope to fly his mother in first, so she can attend the funeral.