B&W Billiards and Books is tucked back on a busy eight-lane highway in South Salt Lake City which makes solving the case even more difficult since it didn't receive much traffic.
Cops say this fake Armani Exchange belt that was found on the scene would fit a person with a waist of approximately 36-to-38 inches.
Investigators would like to know more about the "323" sticker found on the back of the belt buckle.
Police say Sherry Black kept most of her inventory in her head, which has made it difficult to determine if anything was removed from the bookstore.
They say there appeared to be no cash missing from the cash register, and that the suspect left behind numerous items of value.
Police say someone brutally beat and stabbed Sherry Black to death in her South Salt Lake City bookstore on Nov. 30, 2010.
Now they need your tips to help track down a heartless killer.
Cops say Sherry's husband found her body on the floor of the bookstore they owned together, "B&W Billiards and Book," in South Salt Lake City.
Investigators tell AMW that this men's Armani Exchange knock-off belt was found near Sherry's body.
They are asking the public to look at this evidence closely to help them determine who it may have belonged to.