FBI still looking for answers in 22-year-old case in 3 killed at Littleton bowling alley

By Brian Michel on January 26, 2024

According to a report from FOX 31, (KDVR), FBI Denver published a new request for information that could help solve the crime that occurred January 27th, 2002, as seen below.


Per the agency’s report, Erin Golla, Robert “Bobby” Zajac, and James Springer were fatally shot within the confines of the shuttered AMF Broadway Bowling Alley in Littleton around 11:50 p.m. Golla and Springer, the final two employees to conclude operations that night, encountered the assailant alongside Zajac, a frequent patron of the establishment.

As they prepared to depart the bowling alley, an unidentified male approached the trio and, in what appears to be a robbery, proceeded to take their lives.

Following the incident, a companion arrived to collect one of the individuals, subsequently entering the bowling alley where the victims were discovered. Promptly, they contacted the authorities for assistance.

The perpetrator is described as a white male, weighing around 220 pounds, standing approximately 6 feet tall, and possessing a well-built physique. Additionally, he sported a shaved, bald head.

If you possess any pertinent information regarding this case, kindly reach out to the FBI Denver Field Office at 303-629-7171 or the Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-STOP. Alternatively, you can submit a tip online at tips.fbi.gov. Furthermore, feel free to contact your local FBI branch or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.

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