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Four months later, Coffee Co. murder remains mystery

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January 22, 2007

Coffee County-  No new leads in the murder of a Douglas woman, who was shot at the recreation center she and her husband owned. 

Thirty nine year old Doris Worrell was murdered at Jon's Sports Park in September.  Investigators say they continue to work hard on the case, but have had few leads.  Coffee County residents aren't surprised Worrell's killer hasn't been identified. 

"Not really, I guess it takes time for them to figure, to get everything right so, I'm not really surprised that's it hasn't been a closed case yet," said Dana Carver, Coffee County. 

GBI Agents say the case remains open and they're continuing to work with the Coffee County Sheriff's Office.  Agents are optimistic they'll bring the killer to justice.

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