The family of Natasha Warren held a tearful press conference Tuesday to beg for witnesses to come forward in the August 2008 death of the 23-year-old woman.
Warren was last seen alive around 11:30 p.m. on August 22, 2008, at a Sunoco convenience store on Bush River Road. She had been on her way to work the nightshift at the downtown post office when her car blew a tire on I-26. She went inside the convenience store four times during a 45-minute period.
After two years of chasing leads, Richland County Sheriff's investigators said they are running short on clues.
They released a photo Tuesday of a man who stopped in the convenience store the night Warren was killed. The man, who is wearing wide-striped shirt in the video, told clerks he was a bounty hunter, said Capt. Stan Smith, an investigator. He offered people in the store money for their assistance in helping him track down a couple that was wanted, Smith said.
Investigators have weeded out other potential suspects. They believe Warren's killing was a random act, Smith said.