JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – In the days following the 20th anniversary of what has long been known as the “Subway murders” in Jefferson County, deputies have received more than a dozen tips. It was Valentine’s Day in 2000 when Nick Kunselman and his girlfriend Stephanie Hart-Grizzell were shot to death.
Kunselman was working at the Subway restaurant where he worked when Hart-Grizzell had come to visit him at closing. They were found shot to death at the sandwich shop when a fellow employee later noticed the lights on.
More than two decades later, their murders remain unsolved.
There was an increase in the reward, which now stands at $12,000, to help investigators solve the murder.
Deputies received 18 tips in the murder investigation in the days after the somber 20th anniversary.
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