Police and state investigators have created a reward fund for information leading to an arrest and conviction of whoever killed a Toccoa man in March.
On March 18, police said Montevious Flentall, 28, was found dead at his home on Pageland Drive in Toccoa about 8 a.m.
Since then, police have investigated Flentall's death and said two men and a woman were seen leaving the scene in a gray Ford Edge. The vehicle was last seen passing through Westminster, SC, about 30 minutes later.
The Toccoa Police Department and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation are requesting any information on the case.
Tips can be called into police at 706-282-3244, the GBI Tipline 800-597-8477 or 706-348-4866. Tips may also be submitted online at gbi.ga.gov.
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