LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- A major break in the case of the murder of 16 month old Ne'Riah Miller. LMPD arrested Trey Anderson and Michael Dunn for Ne'Riah's murder this past weekend, both are being held on $500,000 cash bonds. Ne'Riah's great grandmother Sherrie Miller says they can breathe a sigh of relief.
"It was like a relief just came over me. Thank you Jesus. Thank you Jesus they got them," Miller said.
But Miller says their relief is limited. Police say there could be more suspects still at large. The family believes two more people were involved.
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"There's two more there's two more, and I mean maybe they will come to justice. I am just praying and hoping that they do. Turn yourself in, turn yourself in that's all we ask we want her to have the justice, we want her to have the peace," Miller said.
In the midst of their grief, Miller says the family has received death threats. This weekend, LMPD had an officer stationed outside their home.
"They were talking about coming back out, finishing the block off. They didn't care who was out on the street, cars whatever they were going to shoot them up. And I had to get my daughter security," Miller said.
If you have any information about the crime or other possible suspects, call LMPD at 574-LMPD.