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10th Anniversary of Superbike Murders In Spartanburg Co.

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10th Anniversary of Superbike Murders In Spartanburg County 10th Anniversary of Superbike Murders In Spartanburg County
SPARTANBURG COUNTY, S.C. - November 6th marks 10 years since 4 people were murdered at Superbike MotorSports on Parris Bridge Road in Spartanburg County. 

Investigators now think a disgruntled customer was behind the crime, but they need your help to crack the case. Deputies complied a list of customer from the store. They are now reaching out to friends, family, co-workers or anyone who is familiar with someone who may have been a suspect in this case. Deputies say that information, coupled with a composite drawing and vehicle descriptions may jar someone's memory.

On November 6th, 2003 between 2:30 and 3:00pm, someone murdered 4 people. Deputies say each victim was killed in the shop at various places. A criminal profile led investigators to believe a disgruntled customer was responsible, not a robber.

You can read the newest flyer from the Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office by clicking here.

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