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April 15, 2008

Dawson--  A Dawson family still struggling with the violent death of a loved one hopes a reward will help catch his killer.

Cynthia Oxford held on to a framed picture of her father Lucious Buchanan Tuesday evening. The 68-year-old property owner was found shot to death a his First Avenue home in January. Oxford made the shocking discovery.

There are still no suspects. The family pulled together a $5,000 reward they hope will motivate someone with information to come forward.

"I'm hoping that with $5,000 , someone will be considerate enough to realize they are putting a family through something that they shouldn't put a family through. They shouldn't wish that on anybody because believe me, finding my father was not easy. No day is easy," said Oxford.

Oxford says the family gathers once a month and things just aren't the same without her father. If you have any information, call Dawson Police at 229-995-4414 or the Terrell County Sheriff's Office.

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