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TBI ASKING FOR PUBLIC’S HELP IN SOLVING HOMICIDE CASE

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The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Sevierville Police Department are asking for the public’s help identifying two persons of interest in a robbery/homicide investigation. Officers say on December 20, 2015, Sevierville police responded to the Great Smokies Craft Fair and Flea Market, where they found a 71-year-old male victim who had apparently been struck in the head with a baseball bat. The suspects were described as a white male and a white female with heavily bleached hair. Officers say the suspects took an undisclosed amount of money from the victim and fled in a vehicle, striking the victim with the vehicle as they fled. The vehicle was described as a green Ford sedan, either a Contour or a Taurus, with heavy damage to the driver’s door. Police said the victim died January 18, 2016 from injuries sustained in the attack. Police released a sketch of the female person of interest in the investigation. Anyone with information regarding the crime is asked to call the TBI tip line at 1-800-TBI-FIND (1-800-824-3463) or the Sevierville Police Department at 865-453-7296 or 865-453-0789.

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