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Reward for killer up to $10,000

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May 30, 2006

Albany -- The reward in a deadly hit and run in Albany now stands at 10-thousand dollars. A private donor contributed four thousand dollars more to help find Ginny Crisler's killer.

She was hit by a car while shopping at Hunter's Mill Shopping Center in December 2004. This is surveillance video of the white 1995 to 1999 Chevrolet Lumina that killed her as it sped away.

D-A investigators hope the reward money will encourage someone step forward with the information they need to catch the killer. Chief Assistant District Attorney Greg Edwards said "rewards sometimes will make information otherwise unavailable, available.It has been successful in bringing the resolution of a couple of cases here in Dougherty County."

 Edwards says Investigators have gotten some tips in the 17 month old homicide because of the six thousand dollar reward that had been offered.

If you have any information in this fatal hit and run case, call the Dougherty District Attorney's Office at 431-3221.

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