Mike Surber, a renowned pocket billiards player, is seen in Skeeter's Billiards on Tegarden Road in Gulfport in this file photo taken in 2008. The Ocean Springs resident was found later stabbed to death in the back in his home. The FBI has taken the lead in the cold cold case investigation.
Mike Surber, a renowned pocket billiards player, is seen in Skeeter's Billiards on Tegarden Road in Gulfport in this file photo taken in 2008. The Ocean Springs resident was found later stabbed to death in the back in his home. The FBI has taken the lead in the cold cold case investigation. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com file
Mike Surber, a renowned pocket billiards player, is seen in Skeeter's Billiards on Tegarden Road in Gulfport in this file photo taken in 2008. The Ocean Springs resident was found later stabbed to death in the back in his home. The FBI has taken the lead in the cold cold case investigation. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com file

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