Memorials were set up at Kensington Park and Chelsea Park, the place Jessica never made it to on Friday morning.
Dozens of people brought flowers, left balloons and lit candles in memory of Jessica. Purple ribbons and signs are all throughout Westminster.
"We are wearing purple to show our support and love for Jessica and her family," a neighbor said.
Shortly after Westminster police announced that the body found in Arvada was Jessica's, neighbors walked over to her home to pray.
"There's no way to describe how we feel," Shanna Pearson said. "It's heartbreaking that someone did this to this little girl."
Everyone hoped the innocent little girl would make it home safely, but now the hope is that whoever did this to her will be brought to justice.
"I hope they find him because somebody like that does not need to be on the streets," Michael Nell said.
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