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Upstate man turns to social media to help solve triple murder

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An Upstate man is hoping social media will help solve a triple murder at the Blue Ridge Savings Bank.

His mother, bank teller Sylvia Holtzclaw, along with customers Eb and Maggie Barnes, were shot and killed on May 16, 2003.

This week marks the 11-year anniversary of the killings. No one has been arrested. No suspects have ever been named, though the FBI released a sketch of an unidentified man they said was reportedly in the bank moments before the robbery and shootings. See the sketches here.

So David Holtzclaw decided recently to create a You tube video, in hopes of reaching out to more people about the case.

He believes by sharing the video, it may prompt someone to come forward and share information about what happened that day.

The video includes information about where the triple shooting happened, along with personal information about Sylvia Holtzclaw and a plea from her son for information.

David is asking to people to share the video on social media. Mobile users can watch it here:

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