Cold case: Austin's brutal yogurt shop murders remain unsolved (Pt. 1) - Crime Watch Daily Stáhnout

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  • Oct 17, 2016

  • It's the most notorious murder case in the history of Austin, Texas: Four young girls killed, and their bodies set on fire in a yogurt shop. Full story: http://crimewatchdaily.com/2016/10/17...

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  • David Dobrick
    David Dobrick 1 year ago

    My dad was a first responder and was only 25 yrs old. He has PTSD and retired cause it messed him up so badly. He’s never been the same

  • S.B B
    S.B B 3 years ago

    25 years and still no justice.

  • Linc Sink
    Linc Sink 3 years ago

    The video doesn't even mention the date/year of the murders. Why assume your viewers know this? I had to Google 'Yogurt shop murders' to know the date

  • Blessing Goodthings
    Blessing Goodthings 2 years ago

    I do hope one day the monster who committed those heinous crimes is caught and severely punished.

  • Ohonna
    Ohonna 3 years ago

    I'm reading a book about this called, *"Who Killed These Girls" by Beverly Lowry. * It explains every possible situation that could have happened, and it makes me cry just reading about the girls and who they were. It all happened on December 6, 1991, and now it's still on. The girls Jennifer (17) and Sarah (15) were sisters. Eliza(17) worked with Jennifer in the shop. And Amy (13) was Sarah's best friend and they were helping Jennifer close up shop so Jennifer could drop them off at the mall.

  • Kayce Harbison
    Kayce Harbison 9 months ago

    Jennifer and Sarah were my cousins and their parents are the best people in the world. I wish I could have had the honor to meet my cousins.

  • Kristan Cobb
    Kristan Cobb 3 years ago

    Austin is my hometown my mom was only 15 at the time and even went to school with the sisters. So sad and they still can't find the true killers

  • gorgeous KHGTS
    gorgeous KHGTS 2 years ago

    I'm addicted to cwd

  • anu7ho
    anu7ho 3 years ago

    Go listen to a podcast, 10x more details and much more leads about the cases. These people barely scratched the surface

  • HipsterDoofus100
    HipsterDoofus100 2 days ago

    Did anyone consider that this could’ve been suicide?

  • Soviet Union
    Soviet Union 1 year ago

    My dad knew a couple of these girls

  • Aly C
    Aly C 3 years ago

    I would read about this case first (the yogurt shop murders) before watching this. That way you'll understand it better. This show could have done better to explain the year it took place and what was going on before the poor girls' lives were taken.

  • Katie McNeely
    Katie McNeely 1 year ago

    Omfg I thought the brother said “first of all I’m her lover” not animal lover I had a heart attack

  • Allen Tyson
    Allen Tyson 3 months ago

    I live in Austin i was 1 years old when this happened...it’s hard watching...hopefully the families get justice

  • Tom Bluewater
    Tom Bluewater 2 years ago (edited)

    I have heard of this case many times. Erin Moriarty of CBS's 48 Hours was in her 20s or early 30s when she reported this case along with Austin PD detective John Jones. Anyway, something just popped up inside my brain when the reporter mentioned the fire. It must be an ex-con who has done some time in prison. A first-time offender won't go as far as to set the crime scene afire. He must be a middle age guy. Maybe, a guy who was released from prison a few weeks before committed the crime.

  • Anyone _
    Anyone _ 2 years ago

    25 years ago? Longtime.

  • Herb Tenderson
    Herb Tenderson 2 years ago

    This is the reason we have the death penalty.

  • TheStapleGunKid
    TheStapleGunKid 7 months ago

    "The night Austin lost its innocence".

  • Keyana Tinae
    Keyana Tinae 2 years ago

    It really irks me when they give the dates but not the year it happened, smh. Still great show/channel but that's just one of the few things that annoy me, im sure some of y'all can agree 😩

  • Peggy Maza
    Peggy Maza 3 months ago

    I can’t imagine being a parent and having to deal with that