Reward jumps to $100K in cold-case slaying of teen sweethearts on Valentine’s Day

Reward jumps to $100K in cold-case slaying of teen sweethearts on Valentine’s Day


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KNEWZ.COM|Charlotte Lee Teen couple Nicholas Kunselman, 15, and Stephanie Hart-Grizzell, 16, were found murdered at a Littleton, Colorado Subway sandwich shop 21 years ago

Authorities in Colorado are offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the cold-case double murder of two teenage Columbine High School students who were fatally shot on Valentine’s Day 21 years ago.

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As Crime-Online reports, young couple Nicholas Kunselman, 15, and Stephanie Hart-Grizzell, 16, were gunned down inside a Subway sandwich shop in Littleton, Colorado, on Feb. 14, 2000.

Kunselman worked at the local fast food franchise, and Hart-Grizzel had driven to the restaurant on Coal Mine Avenue to wait for her boyfriend to finish his shift.

Their bodies were discovered after a fellow Subway employee noticed that the store lights were still on just before 1 a.m., long

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