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America’s Most Wanted to Air Segment on Superbike Motorsports Murders
Wednesday, March 28, 2012

SPARTANBURG COUNTY, SC - The national television program America’s Most Wanted will air a segment devoted to the November 6, 2003 murders of four employees at the Super-bike Motorsports which was located on Parris Bridge Road in Spartanburg County this Friday, March 30, 2012 at 9:00 PM.

America’s Most Wanted now airs on the popular cable network the Lifetime Channel. Please check your local cable and satellite television providers for the channel on which Lifetime airs. Investigators have recently released an updated forensic artist sketch of a person of interest who was seen in the Superbike Motorsports shop just minutes before the murders.

The host of the program, Mr. John Walsh, came to South Carolina to personally assist in the production of this segment.

We believe that with the national exposure of this new sketch and a new public awareness of this yet to be solved case that tips will come in that will help provide the information needed to solve this case.

Please help us spread the word by informing your viewers and your readers of the broadcast of this important program regarding one of the most horrific unsolved homicide cases in Spartanburg county history.

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