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By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - New information on the double murders of a Florida couple.

Sources say, there was a second safe in the home of Byrd and Melanie Billings and it contained $100,000, but that the killers couldn't open it. There's also new information tonight about a former Albany woman charged as an accessory to the murder.

 One of the suspects told police the band of killers met at an antique store owned by Pamela Long Wiggins after the crime was carried out. Another suspect told police he was at Wiggins home where he saw weapons used in the home invasion.

Wiggins has denied any involvement and told police one of the men had a key to the home and permission to come and go as he pleased.

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