Investigation continues into Snow's murder

Charleston police continue to investigate the death of 55-year old Robert Snow and are following up on leads locally and in other parts of the country. Snow disappeared May 23 and his body was discovered by boaters on the Elk River three days later. Snow worked as a district manager for 7-Eleven convenience stores, and detectives have been interviewing those he worked with at Charleston and Dunbar stores. The Gazette reports Snow was an avid lottery player and won $50,000 last year, but they don't think robbery was a motive in the slaying.