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Cold case: Family awaits justice in 2004 slaying of Easley man

Bryan Nick Moore, murdered in 2004 (FOX Carolina) Bryan Nick Moore, murdered in 2004 (FOX Carolina)
DACUSVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

The family of an Easley man slain in 2004 says they are not giving up hope that justice will be served.

"I feel like he's with me, like he's trying to tell me something," said Jeri Burgess, the sister of Nick Moore, who was gunned down 10 years ago.

She says she feels him telling her not to give up the fight.

Moore was an antique collector who refinished and sold vintage gas pumps.

Moore went missing in March 2004 for nine days. His body was discovered in a wooded area off Massey Road in Anderson County. So far, no arrests have been made in the case.

Burgess said she has her suspicions as to who would have done it, but none of them have panned out.

"We have ideas, but you know, to me it's just hard to go out in public, and think 'Golly, this person could be walking beside me,'" she said.

Burgess still puts flowers on her baby brother's grave in Dacusville. He was just 36 when he was murdered.

Friends of Moore said the reward for information leading to an arrest in the case is up to $8,000. Anyone with information can call 23-CRIME.

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