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June 13, 2008

Douglas -- A billboard now up in Douglas asks for help to solve a mysterious murder. In September 2006, 39-year-old Doris Spillers Worrell was shot and killed at Jon's Sports Park which she and her husband owned.

Still, no one has been charged with killing her, though in March, 39-year-old Glidden Rodriguez and 20-year-old Brandon Cage were charged with conspiracy to commit murder.

The Spiller's family put up a $20,000 dollar reward. The Governor's office is also offering a $5,000 reward. The billboard is on Highway 441 South in Douglas.

The family hopes it will keep the case in the public eye and lead to information that will help solve the case. If you know anything about the murder, call the GBI office in Douglas at 912-389-4103.

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