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GBI asks for information in Blakely murder cold case

SYLVESTER, GA (WALB) -

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says they are sure someone has information that could solve the 2011 murder of a Blakely man. Now they are calling on that person to help bring a killer to justice.

In December 20-11, 43 year old Tracy Blocker, a father of six, was shot several times outside his home on East South Boulevard. Blocker made it back inside his home, and called for help, but later died. G-B-I and Early County Sheriff's Investigators have spent hundreds of hours on the murder investigation, but still have not made an arrest. 

"All we need is one little key," said GBI Special Agent Mark Pro. "If we can get one small piece of the puzzle, then we can move forward with the investigation. And we're looking for the community to come together to provide us with some assistance in the case."

GBI investigators say they are not giving up on this murder case, and ask you to help them bring Tracy Blocker's killer to justice.

If you have any information, call the GBI at 229-777-2080 or the Early County Sheriff's Office at 229-723-3158.

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