you knTaylor guilty of kidnapping and killing Alexis Murphy. Those who live in Lovingston sayreality is finally starting to set in thatMurphy is dead. Tonight, WDBJ 7's Nadine Maeser tells us how thecommunity has no intention of giving upthe search for her body.There's finally a feeling of relief in Nelson County."I was shocked a how fast it went totrial and how quickly it was over I didn't think the jurywould come back that soon." But there are still somany unanswered questionswhen it comes to figuring out what exactly happened toAlexis Murphy theday she went missing. Craig Compton: " just hope they find the body just so they can getthat put that behindthem and get back to peace." It's been a rough nine months for not only the Murphy family, butthe community as well. "Even if you didn' know Alexis I think you still felt astrong tie to her and her family and the case."The support has been strong since August, but just one day after the jury handed down aguilty verdict, some businesses have pulled these missing posters from storefronts.Murphy's death has hit hard in the smalltown of Lovingston, but somesay it's a lesson to be learned for young teens everywhere. "This is LovingstonThe town is a mile long and ithappened here so it can happen anywhere." Those who live in thearea are refusing to give up hope and are waiting for the day when Taylor acknowledgeshis actions and comes clean with the full story. "I wish he woulcome forward now since he's been found guilty and there's no wayhe is going to get around that I wish hewould come forward and tell them what they did with thebody." In Nelson County, nm, wdbj 7.