Reward offered in unsolved homicide case involving Randolph County woman stabbed to death

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Tammy Sellers Holland was found stabbed to death in her Trinity home on Oct. 27, 2014.

TRINITY, N.C. — The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office is offering a reward of $1,500 for information about an unsolved homicide from last year.

Tammy Sellers Holland was found stabbed to death in her Trinity home on Oct. 27, 2014.

Deputies said neighbors called 911 after they found the woman’s body just after 2 a.m. inside a mobile home at 964 Loflin Hill Road, Lot 24.

The victim was found dead in the living room of her home. The cause of death was determined to be multiple stab wounds to her neck and body.

The neighbors who found her said they went to check on her after noticing her car was still in the driveway when she normally would be at work. There was no response.

When the neighbors later returned to the house, a dog appeared at the window which caused the curtain to move. The neighbors said they spotted Holland’s legs and called 911.

Randolph County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward in the amount of $1,500 for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of those responsible.

Anyone with any information can call the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office at (336) 318-6699 or the Randolph County Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 67-CRIME (336-672-7463).

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