Crisp Murder Case Still Open, Cold

| December 2, 2014

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CORDELE — Months after Ashley Garry, 27, was shot and killed inside her Crisp County mobile home, authorities, friends and family are still in search of answers.

Family and co-workers at the Cracker Barrell restaurant where Garry worked, have raised $6,500 in reward money in hopes of finding her killer.  Police have yet to establish any credible leads.

Crisp County Sheriff Billy Hancock told WALB that the office has pursued over 150 leads in the case, none of which are credible.

Hancock thinks finding a stolen TV from the crime might be the case’s biggest opportunity.

Meanwhile, Garry left behind a young son and friends who want answers.

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