ALBANY, GA (WALB) - The owner of the shopping center where a woman was killed four years ago says he hopes more people will come forward with information on the case.
George McIntosh owns Hunter's Mill shopping Center. That's where 57-year old Ginny Crisler was killed when the driver of a Chevy Lumina hit her and left her for dead. Her killer has never been found.
McIntosh says he's frustrated that police weren't able to find the driver or the car. "It's a sad situation," he said. "The way it was handled, totally, by the lawyer, by the police, by everybody. I think it has made more progress since the D.A.'s office has picked it up. Their Chief Investigator has really made a lot of progress with it."
McIntosh is named in a lawsuit filed by Crisler's three sons. They claim the parking lot in Hunter's Mill is a pass-through for traffic and that he should have done more to slow down drivers.
McIntosh says in the 14 years he's owned the property, there has only been one accident to his knowledge. Investigators still have no solid leads or suspects.
A $6,000 dollar reward is being offered in the case.
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