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Murder tip reward increases

THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

By LeiLani Golden - bio | email

THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) – The Thomasville Police Department has increased the reward money in the murder investigation of Kenneth Mickens.

Mickens was shot and killed in his Providence Plaza apartment and police still have no suspect, and no motive as well.

They hope to generate more leads with an increased reward amount and by reiterating how community involvement helped capture the suspects in the Chris Crumbry murder case last week.

Thomasville Police are soliciting donations to increase the reward money in this case. They say the $1,000 reward offered by Crimestoppers has only generated a few rumor mill-type leads.

 

  


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They hope to increase the reward to $5,000.

If you'd like to donate money or give an anonymous tip in this case, call the Thomasville Police Criminal Investigations Division at (229) 227-3302.

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