Detectives Still Searching for Clues in Quadruple Murder - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

4/27/05

Detectives Still Searching for Clues in Quadruple Murder

It's been six months since a mother and her three children were found murdered in their East Lubbock home. Today local detectives are still looking for their killer.

On October 25th, the bodies of 45-year-old Tammy Cooper and her three children were found brutally murdered. Autopsy results show the family died from blunt force trauma and the use of a sharp instrument. They lived in the Windcrest Estacado apartments, but were new to the area and few neighbors knew them.

Detectives say their search has gone to the metroplex, where the family lived before coming to Lubbock, and now they confirm they've even traveled to California while investigating this case. There are still no suspects, but police say there are people of interest.

"This is an active ongoing investigation and we're not going to let up on it till we find out who did this. We're still interviewing people and still asking anybody that has any information on this case to contact us," says Rey Martinez, a Lubbock Homicide Detective.

If you have any information that could help authorities solve this case, please call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000. Callers can remain anonymous.

10/25/04
Quadruple Murder at Northeast Lubbock Apartments
Four bodies were found before 8 o'clock Monday morning at the Windcrest Estacado Apartments at 512 North MLK boulevard.

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