TINLEY PARK --Three hundred people are expected to attend a prayer vigil Friday night for the Lane Bryant murder victims.The vigil will be outside the clothing store in southwest suburban Tinley Park. The five victims, all women, were killed February 2. The manager and four shoppers were taken to the back room of the store and fatally shot. Five religious leaders will speak at the vigil. "It's in order to bring the community together, to help bring some peace to the victims and the families that were affected by this tragedy. It also demonstrates that this incident, this tragedy, is still very fresh in people's minds, and also that we're committed to find the individual that did this crime as well," said Commander Rick Bruno, Tinley Park Police. The reward for anyone who provides information that helps police find the killer was increased Friday to $100,000.