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September 30, 2003

Valdosta - Ten years after the murder of an Adel man, the company he worked for is offering a ten thousand dollar reward for information on who killed him.

Sixty-one year old Grant Green was an agent for American General Insurance in Valdosta. In September of 1993, his truck was found abandoned on Savannah Street, and his body was a few yards away. He had been stabbed and robbed.

"I believe that there are a lot of people in this town who know something about it, but won't tell because of fear of their own safety," said Sgt. Wanda Temples.

If you know anything about the murder, call the Lowndes County Sheriff's Department at 229-333-5193.

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