Police meet with communities to seek clues in cold cases

VIDEO: Police seek clues to keep cold cases alive

LINCOLNVILLE, SC (WCSC) - Police and deputies from across the Tri-County met with community members Tuesday in Lincolnville to keep several cold cases alive.

Investigators discussed 15 cases they are trying to solve but need additional information to be able to close.

One of the cases, out of Summerville, involves a murder in a nightclub parking lot. Shane Newman was killed in November outside of the "Ville" on Miles Road.

In Berkeley County, investigators are still trying to figure out who killed Artie Bradley. The 79-year-old was found robbed and shot in the back in June of 2013. His body was found in the Francis Marion Forest less than two miles from his home.

And in Charleston, deputies are still trying to figure out who shot and killed 5-year-old Allison Griffor. She was killed during an attempted home invasion at her West Ashley home in October of 2011.

Investigators hope sharing the information they have with the communities will encourage people to talk about the cases on social media and prompt additional leads to come out.

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