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November 15, 2002

Valdosta - South Georgia investigators are offering a reward for your help in their search for a murderer.

Authorities in Lowndes County are looking for any information on the murder of Joy Morris of Madisonville, Kentucky. Morris was found strangled in her car behind the Lake Park Best Western November 1st. She was on her way home from escorting a semi-truck to Miami. So far, investigators have no suspects or motive.

"Even if you don't know anything about the actual murder, if you just saw Joy Morris or her car in the area, any information at all would be appreciated," said Sgt. Wanda Temples. 

If you saw Joy Morris on the evening of October 31st or have any information on her murder, please contact Lowndes County detectives at 229-333-5138.

posted at 2:30 by ashley.harper@walb.com