"Bowling Alley Massacre" Documentary

POSTED: Friday, January 15, 2010 - 6:44pm

UPDATED: Wednesday, February 17, 2010 - 2:26pm

Twenty years after what's known as the worst crime in Las Cruces, a documentary is being released about the Bowling Alley Massacre. Filmaker Charlie Minn hopes that the film will inspire people to come forward with information about the case. Las Cruces police tell us, that they've already been getting leads because of the film, but they still need all the help they can get.

Audrey Teran lost her husband and two daughters in the massacre. She's been speaking to the media for years. She shared with NewsChannel 9 the the moments she spent with her family.

"Driving up, he was trying to explain a few things to me and I told him to hush 'cause I wanted to listen to Diana Ross on the radio. And then as we drove up, I turned it down and gave the girls a kiss and him.... said goodbye... and that was it," said Teran.

For more information about the film go to bowlingmassacre.com.

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