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Large reward in triple murder connected to Albany

GWINNETT COUNTY (WALB) -

A reward to help track down a suspected triple murderer, who could be hiding out in Albany, is going up. Crime Stoppers Atlanta hiked the reward to $5,000.

Investigators in Gwinnett County are still searching for 33 year-old Robert Bell and have said he could be here.

Bell is accused of gunning down Albany native Angelina Benton, her 12 year-old son Joseph McDonald, and her 19 year-old godson Raynard Daniels in her Snellville home September 15th.

If you have information about Bell, call the Crime Stoppers Atlanta anonymous hotline at 404-557-TIPS.

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