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New search warrants issued in Smithville homicide

March 27, 2008

Smithville-  New search warrants were executed this week in the murder of a Smithville man. Now the GBI and family are asking for the community's help to find Arthur Mosley's killer.

Eighty-two year old Arthur Mosley was found stabbed several times in the head and chest January 15th in his Smithville home. Family members have raised a five thousand dollar reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in the case. GBI agents say they're close to solving the case, but need someone in the community who may know something about the crime to come forward.

"We're currently following up leads as we speak. We recently executed a search warrant and actually obtained some more information in the case just this past week so it is very active and we just think this is going to help give us the extra pieces to the puzzle," said Agent Trebor Randle, Americus-GBI.

Investigators say they're still waiting on forensic evidence obtained from the crime scene in January. Anyone with information is asked to call the GBI in Americus or the Lee County Sheriff's Office.

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