Unsolved murders: The case of Lisa Griffin


DALE COUNTY, Ala. (WDHN) — For three years now, the Dale County Sheriff’s Office has been trying to solve the cold case involving 55-year-old Lisa Griffin of Enterprise.

“What we know is that there was a shooting into a occupied residence in which miss griffin was inside along with multiple other people,” Dale County Sheriff’s Office Lt. John Crawford said the only person struck was Griffin.

The shooting occurred in the 1900 block of Dale County Road 24 inside a rural mobile home. The sheriff’s office has confirmed the mobile home has since burned down.

There were no witnesses other the people there.

“Witnesses inside were all inside,” Crawford said. “There were no outside witnesses that saw the shooters, we believe there was more than one. All they knew is they heard gunshots in the trailer that they were all at.”

Crawford said there was one tip that they thought would lead to solving of the case, but it didn’t pan out. They’re not even sure if miss Griffin was targeted.

“The reasons why this shooting occurred we don’t know,” Crawford said. “We don’t know if Miss Griffin was targeted or the other people inside the residence were the ones being targeted. We have interviewed as many people as we have on our list. We have exhausted all leads.”

With all leads being exhausted in this case, the Dale County Sheriff’s Office asks that if you have any information or tips that lead to solving this case to please contact them at 334-774-3114. You can also visit www.daleso.com and click on the “crime tip” section and leave us a secured anonymous message.

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