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Cold case: Bowling alley massacre

Published 11:59 AM ET, Thu February 5, 2015
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Police arrived at a Las Cruces bowling alley shortly after 12-year-old Melissa Repass managed to call 911. She and six others had been shot. Las Cruces, NM Police Department
Police say two suspects set fire to the back room at the bowling alley after shooting seven people there in February 1990. Las Cruces, NM Police Department
The suspects apparently forced the victims into a back room to get access to the safe, authorities say. Las Cruces, NM Police Department
Emergency crews responded to a shooting and a fire at the Las Cruces bowling alley on February 10, 1990. Las Cruces, NM Police Department
Amy Hauser was 13 when she was killed at the bowling alley's day care. She and three others died after being shot execution style, police said. Las Cruces, NM Police Department
Steven Teran and his two daughters -- Paula, 6, and Valerie, 2 -- were killed in the shooting, authorities said. Las Cruces, NM Police Department
Composite sketches of the older suspect from 1990 (left), and what police think he would have looked like in 2005. Las Cruces, NM Police Department
Composite sketches of the younger suspect from 1990 (left), and what police think he would have looked like in 2005. Las Cruces, NM Police Department