SPARTANBURG CO., SC (WSPA) – People have been asking why Kohlhepp isn’t being investigated for the 2003 Blue Ridge Savings Bank murders.
Spartanburg Co. Sheriff Chuck Wright says there is no evidence to support that Todd Kohlhepp is connected the killings.
Kohlhepp has confessed to the 2003 quadruple murder at Superbike Motorsports.
THE BLUE RIDGE SAVINGS BANK MURDERS
Sylvia Holtzclaw, a teller, and two customers were shot and killed with a 40 caliber Glock handgun on May 16th 2003.
Police have still haven’t recovered the murder weapon, have never identified a suspect and have never brought justice to Holtzclaw’s family.
Police think two people were behind the killings, but even after thousands of tips they have not been able to find answers.
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For 13 years the families of the Superbike Motorsports families searched for answers, who killed their loved ones and why?
Many wonder why serial killer Todd Kohlhepp did not face the death penalty due to the seriousness of the crimes.