Police want to talk to two people in connection with Snow case
As Charleston police put together the pieces of a homicide case they're asking for the public's help identifying two people. Robert "Bob" Snow's body was discovered in the river three days after he went missing in late May, and police would like to talk with a man and woman captured on surveillance video at the Go-Mart in Elkview May 23. Police haven't said why exactly they want to talk to the two, but a news release says police would like to speak with them in connection with the Snow case. The couple drove a tan, compact SUV, perhaps a Mazda. They browsed at the convenience store that day and left without buying anything. The man may have been wearing a hospital wristband. Anyone with information should call Charleston police.