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Heartbreaking photos of a woman kneeling at her fiance’s grave wearing her wedding dress three weeks after he was shot dead by a man he was selling an Xbox console to.
22-year-old Sara Baluch’s life, and her late fiance, 24-year-old Mohammad Sharifi were set to marry this weekend before the unfortunate incident.
On Sunday, she wore her ivory chiffon wedding dress she was supposed to wear at the altar and headed to the cemetery where the love of her life was laid to rest outside Nashville, Tennessee.
The cloudless day at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens was captured in intimate photographs by Chattanooga’s Times Free Press.
Baluch sobbed through her tulle veil as she knelt in the grass damp from thunderstorms the day before surrounded by loved ones who took turns reciting prayers and reading from the Quran.
We were supposed to be together,’ Baluch said as tears streamed down her face.
‘I’m so sorry, Mohammad. I’m so sorry. So sorry.’
As they prepared to leave Baluch’s mother Sona replaced her daughter’s white wedding veil with a black one.
We were so happy,’ the 22-year-old said. ‘I want to be with him. Why do I have to wait?’
On February 19, Sharifi was shot and killed in the parking lot of an apartment complex in Hixson where he’d agreed to sell his Xbox One gaming system to D’Marcus White after speaking to him on Facebook Marketplace.
D’Marcus White, 20, has been charged with criminal homicide in Sharifi’s death. He is seen above in his mugshot
Baluch was the first to arrive at the hospital after Sharifi was shot.
When she asked hospital staff for information about what room he was, she was told that her fiance wasn’t in the system.
‘I had the worst feeling,’ she told the Times Free Press in an interview last month.