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GBI agents have no leads in Baker Co. murder

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NEWTON, GA (WALB) - GBI agents say they still have no good leads in the murder of a man found dead in his car more than a month ago in Baker County.

Drivers noticed a car in a ditch on Milford Church Road July 28th.

32-year-old William Antoine Flake was inside, dead from a gunshot wound.

Flake was from Calhoun County. He had just gotten out of prison in January on a drug conviction.

Investigators are hoping for tips from people who saw Flake before he died.

Anyone with information is encourage to call the GBI Sylvester Office: (229)-777-2080, or the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office: (229)-849-2555.

 

 

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