CHEYENNE, Wyo. — On Valentine’s Day 21-years ago. high school sweethearts Nick Kunselman and Stephanie Hart-Grizzell were murdered in Littleton, Colorado.
The killer or killers were never caught.
Now, Denver Metro Crime Stoppers has announced a substantial reward increase from $12,000 to $100,000, for anyone with information that can finally lead to justice for the couple.
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Nick and Stephanie were just 15 and 16 years old when they were found shot to death behind the counter at a Subway sandwich shop on Valentine’s Day 2000.
According to law enforcement officials, at the time, an employee had driven past the restaurant around 12:45 a.m. and noticed the lights were still on the inside; worried something wasn’t right, the employee stopped by the shop and discovered the dead teenagers.
The Subway is located at 6788 W. Coal Mine Ave. in Littleton a few blocks from Columbine High School, where the couple were students.
Investigators believe the pair were shot by one or more intruders.
Metro Crime Stoppers has upped the reward from $12,000 to $100,000 for anyone with information that can finally at long last lead to justice for the couple.