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Lubbock police seeking new information in 2004 murder

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The Lubbock Police Department is seeking any new information in the 2004 murder of the Cooper family.

On Oct. 25, 2004, Tammie Cooper and her three young children were found murdered in their home at 512 North Martin Luther King. The victims had been stabbed and beaten.

It is believed that Tammie Cooper knew the suspect and that he was at her apartment the evening of Oct. 24.

This case remains under active investigation, but no suspect has been identified. Detectives are actively looking for any new leads.

The Lubbock Police Department would like to remind the public of this unsolved crime and is asking for any information which could lead to the resolution of the case.

The Lubbock Police Department urges anyone with any information relating to this case to contact Crime Line at 741-1000 or text your tip to 274637. Remember to include the keyword "LBKTIPS" at the beginning of your text message, followed by a space. Callers can remain anonymous.

There is a $20,000 reward for information leading to an arrest or indictment in this case.

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