Las Cruces – The "Anderson Cooper 360" feature on the 1990 mass-shooting at the Las Cruces bowling alley that was tentatively set to air Wednesday on CNN has now been rescheduled for a Thursday evening broadcast.
The Feb. 10, 1990, Las Cruces Bowl shooting claimed four lives and left three others severely injured. No arrests have been made and Las Cruces Police investigators continue to actively investigate the case.
Killed were 26-year-old Steven Teran and his two daughters - Paula Holguin, 6, and 2-year-old Valerie Teran. Amy Hauser, 13, also was killed. Severely injured were Melissa Repass, 12 at the time, her mother Stephanie Senac, 34, and 33-year-old Ida Holguin.
The two men believed to be responsible for the mass-shooting have never been identified. Today, the older suspect would be in his late 50's or early 60's while the younger suspect would be in his late 40's or in his early 50's.
Las Cruces Crime Stoppers continues to ask for any information that leads to identifying the suspects in the Las Cruces Bowl shootings. Anyone with potential information on this case can call Las Cruces Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or send a tip via text message to LCTIPS (528477).