No Arrests So Far In Brutal Murders

No Arrests So Far In Brutal Murders

No Arrests So Far In Brutal Murders

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SEMMES, ALABAMA -

Investigators are trying to piece together what lead to a deadly confrontation with a couple near Semmes

Neighbors and relatives continue to mourn and many say they're working with authorities to catch the person responsible. Some gave statements as to what they heard that night.

"Bang bang bang, and as soon as I got it around my head thinking wow that's gunshots, then I heard the other one and I knew something was wrong," said a neighbor.

The brutal murder remains a mystery. Who would commit a crime against a couple who seemed to get along with most everyone they knew.

"It's a great loss, a great loss. They were good people. Steve was a good man, a hardworking man whatever he could do for you he would do it," said a neighbor.

Surprisingly, even with a killer still on the loose, neighbors are not concerned for their safety.

"I feel like it was somebody that knew them," said a neighbor.

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