VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) - Police are investigating a murder in Valdosta and need your help to find the killer.
43-year-old Milton Jones was found lying in a pool of his own blood in Payton Park Sunday night.
Police say a passer-by saw him and called police.
He was transported to South Georgia Medical Center where he died from his injuries Monday morning.
Investigators say he had numerous wounds all over his body.
An autopsy will be performed Tuesday to find out exactly how he died.
An reward is offered for any information that may lead to the arrest and conviction of the killer or killers.
"We are hoping maybe someone who lived in this area, this is a combined residential neighborhood and play ground, may have saw or heard anything or know something to contact Valdosta Police Department," says Lt. Bobbi McGraw with the Valdosta Police.
Valdosta Police hope anyone with information will call their crime tip line. That number is 229-293-3091.
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