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December 6, 2006

Valdosta -Police are still looking for whoever shot and killed a Valdosta man.

32 year-old Antwan Mathis was found dead in his car yesterday morning with a gunshot wound to his head.

Police spent Monday collecting and analyzing evidence from the crime scene.

They say that evidence as well as some anonymous tips have given them several leads and suspects.  "We still don't want to give out the information we've gathered from the case itself. But we've gathered some additional leads that we think will help us solve this crime," says Lt. Eugene Bell of the Valdosta Police Department.

The department's power squad has been put on the case.

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