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Murder victim's family needs answers

Air Quality Services Co-owners Joe Brim (left) and Al Rogers Air Quality Services Co-owners Joe Brim (left) and Al Rogers
Lisa Nunley and Robin Williams Lisa Nunley and Robin Williams

An Albany family pleads with the community for information to help catch a killer. Albany Police say they have suspects in the shooting death of 23-year-old Jeffrey Nunley. But they need more information to make an arrest.

Police and the family say in the nine days since Nunley's murder, they have received lots of tips, but they're reaching out to the community for more help.   The family of murder victim Jeffrey Nunley said they need answers.

 "As a family we can not go forward until we know what happened to my son." said his mother Robin Williams.

The 23 year old father of two was shot once in the chest, in the alley behind his West Whitney home May 5th. His family said the community has been great showing love, but now they need justice.

 "We need help with finding my brother's killer. He's still out there.  And we need the public to help us,"  his sister Lisa Nunley said.

Police say they have received lots of tips, but there are still questions. Albany Police Corporal Gregory Batson said, "We don't know if he was the intended target or not."

Albany Police Corporal Terrance Bryant said, "We have a couple of names of people of interest that we are looking at this time.  The only thing is we need that added information to help us bring those persons in."

Nunley's employers, Air Quality Services, say Jeff was no thug; just a hard working man.  They're offering a $2000 for information that leads to a conviction.  Air Quality Services Co-owner Al Rogers said, "We're doing it for Jeff, but we are doing it for the community too.  It seems like this just keeps happening over and over and over."

  "Please come forward.  Please give justice for Jeff and this family. All of those who knew him and know he didn't deserve this," Air Quality Services Co-owner Joe Brim said.

Nunley's family and his employers said if anyone is scared to give information to police, tell them, and they will relay it, to get his killer off the streets.  

Crime Stoppers is also offer a one thousand dollar reward.  You can give anonymous tips by calling their hotline at 436-TIPS.

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