Nine years ago on May 16, three people were murdered during a bank robbery in Greer, and to this day no one knows who murdered them.
In 2003, police were called to the Blue Ridge Savings Bank off of I-85 in Greer and they found a gruesome scene.
The Special Agent in Charge of the FBI in South Carolina, David Thomas, said that for nine years now the murders of the savings bank employee, Sylvia S. Holtzclaw, and the two customers, James and Margaret Barnes, have gone unsolved.
Thomas says there have been hundreds of leads since the murder, but all have gone cold. Thomas said in a press statement issued Tuesday, “ It is believed that additional information exists if those parties would come forward.”
The FBI is urging the public to call them or local law enforcement if they have any information that could help.
South Carolina Radio Network’s Tripp Girardeau contributed to this article.