Tips welcome in Snow murder investigation
Charleston police continue to work with Crimestoppers in the Robert Snow murder investigation. Snow's body was found in the Elk River three days after he went missing in late May. Police say his hands and feet were bound together. Other than that, there have been very few details offered about the case, and few leads. Anyone with information should call the Crimestoppers 24-hour tip line, and you can remain anonymous. You can also call Charleston Police. Snow was a district manager for 7-11 stores, and Prima Marketing company officials have put together a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case.