Hello everyone, The hole reason I am on here is to help get my fathers story out an to have the composite of the man that murdered him an stabbed him to death. I understand this is for Unsolved Mysteries fans an watching cases to see where they are at if they get solved, All I can hope for is that people read my dads story and hope that it can be shared and it will be looked at. This is my hope and dreams an prayers that this man can be found and a name can be put with his face. All it can take is 1 person to see his composite and read the story you never know who may know something. That is what Unsolve Mysteries were all about a varity of Unsolved murders, missing, a range of excellant stories that everyone liked an it is a real shame it was taken off the air. I was interviewed with Unsolved Mysteries on my dads case and I have the interview on his page. I hope again one day if the show come back on air that his story could be shown. thank you so much. Thor2000 has been excellant with helping me an I do understand just need my dads story out there anyway that it can. #justice4jacklrobinson
It's been 20 years since 65-year-old Jack L
Robinson died. Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott and his Cold Case Unit are hoping the re-release of a sketch of the suspected killer will lead to justice for the victim and his family.
Deputies discovered Robinson suffering from a stab wound on August 17, 1996 at the Rosewood Boat Landing. He was transported to Palmetto Health Richland Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Lott said it appears Robinson and another man got into a fight over money. Deputies believe Robinson and the suspect knew each other.
In 1996, investigators developed a lead and composite sketch still believed to be that of the suspect. He is described as a Hispanic male with olive complexion who was 25-35 years of age at the time of the incident. The man, now 42-52 years old, stands approximately 5' 5", weighs 150-180 pounds, has black hair, and a mustache.
To receive up to $1000 for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible, you are urged to call Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.