Vigil Held at Scene of Mass Shooting

August 16, 2010 Updated Aug 16, 2010 at 11:42 PM EDT

By John Borsa

August 16, 2010 Updated Aug 16, 2010 at 11:42 PM EDT

BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) -- Rev. Darius Pridgen took to the airwaves on Monday, urging the gunman in Saturday's mass shooting to turn himself in.

"Most of this community knows of a name and it's the same name that keeps surfacing," Pridgen told Eyewitness News.

He would not divulge the name of the individual.

"They need to come forward because my fear is within the next 72 hours, if the police don't find him, others will," he said.

The Pastor of True Bethel Baptist Church in Buffalo said he would facilitate a surrender if the suspect contacted him.

Family members of those killed gathered at the scene in front of City Grill restaurant on Monday night to grieve, express their outrage and take a stand against violence.

"Because if nobody else is going to stand up and represent our families," said Toschan Lane. His cousin Tiffany Whilhite was among the four people killed.

Danyell Mackin, Shawntia McNeil and Willie McCaa III were among the dead. Four others were injured.

Shots rang out at around 2:30 a.m. at the restaurant, where at least 100 people gathered to celebrate Mackin's one year wedding anniversary.

Police continue to search for a suspect in this case.