more on the triple murder
Detectives with the Jackson, MS police department believe that the white male and white female suspects pictured below may be responsible for the triple homicide of the 81-year-old owner of Bill's Pawn and Jewelry/Coin Exchange, and two employees, one 77 and one 60, who were each shot and killed in a robbery. Police were called to the scene at 8:50 p.m. when the victims failed to return home. It is reported that five high-end watches, jewelry and coins were taken from the store. Surveillance equipment was also taken and other equipment damaged. The sample photo below of a 2013 red Dodge Charger SRT is similar to the one believed to be a vehicle involved in the case. Police also believe that the male and female suspects, who are in their 20s, may also have committed a burglary at a jewelry store in Pascagoula, MS on December 13th. Police warn that the suspects may possibly be trying to sell jewelry items at stores in the Southern U.S.
Anyone with information should contact:
Doug Davis 817-723-7231 Doug @numismaticcrimes.org