Police still searching for person who killed a Lubbock family - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Police still searching for person who killed a Lubbock family

Lubbock Police need your help in finding the person who murdered a Lubbock family 7 years ago. Police found the bodies of Tammie Cooper and her three children in their apartment on north MLK on October 25th, 2004.

To this day police are in search of any information that could help them find who committed this crime. The few leads that the police do have is that the man in question went by the name "Butch." He is described as being a black man with a very deep voice.

If this sounds like someone you know or any if you have any information, please call CrimeLine at 741-1000. A $20,000 dollar reward is being offered for any information leading to an arrest.

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