This is a partial transcript from "On the Record" with Greta Van Susteren, August 2, 2004, that has been edited for clarity.

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GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, HOST: And you are looking at exclusive video obtained by Fox News's Rita Cosby. This is surveillance video from the Maverick Country Store. This store is where Mark and Lori Hacking went at about 9:30 PM on the Sunday before she was reported missing. The video, however, shows a person who appears to be Mark Hacking coming back to the store sometime after 1:00 AM, early Monday morning. That, of course, is the day Lori was reported missing. The video shows him standing at the counter, checking out his hands and making a purchase.

Our next guest may be the last person to have seen Lori Hacking alive. Eric Holleman worked at the convenience store where Mark and Lori visited the night before Mark reported Lori missing. Eric joins us tonight from Salt Lake City. Welcome, Eric.


VAN SUSTEREN: Eric, you were working at about 9:30 on Sunday evening two weeks ago, weren't you.


VAN SUSTEREN: Do you recall seeing Mark Hacking and Lori Hacking come into the store?

HOLLEMAN: I do recall it. They did come in.

VAN SUSTEREN: Anything unusual?

HOLLEMAN: Well, Lori seemed a little upset. You really couldn't tell by — you could tell she was kind of hiding something. She had kind of a straight face.

VAN SUSTEREN: Did you know these two or recognize them as frequent shoppers?

HOLLEMAN: I did. They came into the store quite often.

VAN SUSTEREN: Did you know them as well as enough to know their names?

HOLLEMAN: I knew Mark by his name, but I didn't know Lori by her name.

VAN SUSTEREN: Now, is this store an all-night convenience store?


VAN SUSTEREN: Do you happen to remember that night, that first pass- through at about 9:30, do you remember what they bought?

HOLLEMAN: They bought some soda from the soda fountains.

VAN SUSTEREN: Since you knew them and you knew their names, they'd shopped there before, did you know anything about their marriage or their relationship?

HOLLEMAN: I did not.

VAN SUSTEREN: When they came in there, do you know, I mean, was it just milk, eggs, just basics? Is that what they shopped for?

HOLLEMAN: Not really. I saw Mark more often than I did Lori. Mark came in there for occasional hot dog, soda, et cetera.

VAN SUSTEREN: Did Mark seem like he usually seemed when he was in two weeks ago Sunday night at 9:30-ish.

HOLLEMAN: He did. He seemed like his usual self.

VAN SUSTEREN: What did you think the following day when you learned that Lori was missing?

HOLLEMAN: Well, I went home and I stayed up till 5:00 AM. I didn't wake up until 3:00 AM the next day. I turned on the news and I saw Lori. ... pop into my mind at that time. But then I saw Mark in the picture, and I'm, like, Whoa, I just saw him last night.

VAN SUSTEREN: All right, Eric, thank very much you for joining us.

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