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By Jim Wallace - bio | email

October 7, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Dougherty County Police have new information in the hit and run death of an Albany Marine.

Police say they now have a person of interest in the death of 24-year-old Sergeant Chad House.

Lawyers for House's family were back at the scene on Sylvester Road Tuesday morning where House was killed.

Investigators say House was hit by a tractor trailer rig and killed September 26th. The truck driver kept going.

Lawyers took pictures of the intersection at Ramsey Road and Sylvester Road where House was killed.

The House family attorney, Michael Goldberg, says House's family just wants justice.

"To find out what really happened that morning. And if there is a wrong that has been committed, to make sure that the person responsible is held accountable."

Dougherty County Police say it is possible that the truck driver struck Sgt. House and didn't realize it.

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