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Turner deputies look for murder suspect

Nathan Emmanuel Holley Nathan Emmanuel Holley

By Delivrine Registre - bio | email

September 29, 2008

TURNER COUNTY, GA (WALB) - Turner County investigators believe they know who killed a Worth County man and dumped his body near a field of Roby Reeves Road. "As a result of their investigation murder warrants have been issued for Nathan Emmanuel Holley of Ashburn," said Captain Steve Wood.

58-year-old Tommy Wayne Giles was found there just before Saturday afternoon. "We have no motive for this case, but we do know the two individuals have been acquaintances," said Wood.

Deputies say Holley was in a red 2000 GMC Sierra pick-up truck when he dumped the body. "The landowner who farms that area was out earlier in the day and had seen the red truck," said Wood.

And they believe he is still driving that truck. "Georgia tag number AMG 7577, there is a deer head sticker on the back glass. Written under the deer head sticker says size matters," said Wood.

Deputies are not releasing how Giles was killed. Or why they think Holley is the killer. They only say that he is armed and dangerous. "He is a deer hunter, and he does have weapons. We are not sure what caliber or type, but he does have weapons," said Wood.

And is why they say it is important they get Holley into custody quickly. "He is 34 years of age, 5'11", 200 pounds, with a tattoo of a sword and a rose on his right upper arm. With reddish brown hair and red goatee," said Wood.

They say if you see him you should call authorities immediately. If you have any information on the case, call the Turner County Sheriff Office at 229-567-2401. Deputies are offering a $500 reward for any information that leads to an arrest.

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