About 75 friends and relatives gather to remember Phillip Franklin, who was struck and killed in Milwaukee by a stolen luxury car nine days ago. A candlelight vigil was held Thursday, which would have been Franklin’s 48th birthday. Milwaukee Police are still looking for suspects in the incident. Investigators say Franklin’s car was turning left at a south side corner when it was hit by an Audi that was stolen the day before. The crash started a fire, and police say the Audi driver and two passengers ran off while Franklin died at the crash scene. At the vigil, one of Franklin’s cousins — Milwaukee Common Council member Chantia Lewis — called the crash “senseless” and she called on witnesses to step forward and end what she called a “no snitch policy.”