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South Salt Lake police plan Monday to update the public on their investigation into the November 2010 slaying of Sherry Black, the mother-in-law of Utah auto and sports businessman Greg Miller.

South Salt Lake police spokesman Gary Keller said detectives will hold a joint 1 p.m. news conference Monday at B&W Billiards and Books (3466 S. 700 East ) with the Friends of Sherry Black organization.

Keller said on Friday that the event is being held to release "new information about the Sherry Black homicide." He did not elaborate, except to say police still have not identified a suspect in the slaying and the investigation is on-going.

Black and her husband, Earl Black, ran B&W Billiards and Books from a building next to their South Salt Lake home. It was at the business where her husband found his wife's beaten and stabbed body on Nov. 30.

Sherry Black's son-in-law, Miller, is CEO of the Larry H. Miller Group, which operates about 40 auto dealerships in six western states. The company, named for Miller's late father, also owns the Utah Jazz professional basketball team.