Updated: May 11
On Sunday, June 6, 1993, an unimaginable tragedy occurred in the small town of
Windsor, North Carolina. Six employees of the local Be-Lo grocery store were closing
up the place for the day when an unknown man appeared with a gun and ordered
them to the butcher room in the back.
When the man left the store, three of the six employees were dead, two severely
injured and one completely unharmed. Still, despite half of the victims surviving the
attack and giving a description of the person responsible, to this day, his identity
remains a mystery.
BE-LO MURDERS POLICE SCANNER AUDIO:
A reward of $30,000 remains on the books for information that leads to the arrest
and conviction of the killer.
If you have information relating to this case, please get in touch with one of the
● Windsor Police Department: (252) 794-3111
● Bertie County Sheriff: (252) 794-5330
● North Carolina SBI: (800) 334-3000