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Murder victim's co-workers want community to help stop violence

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Joe Brim and Al Rogers with Air Quality Services Joe Brim and Al Rogers with Air Quality Services
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Co-workers of a south Albany man gunned down two weeks ago are still hoping a reward will lead to tips that will help solve the murder.     

23-year-old Jeffrey Nunley was shot outside his home on West Whitney Avenue on May 5th.      His employers at Air Quality Services are offering a $2,000 reward. They want more people in the community to step forward and help stop the violence.  

"We've got crime going on. Not just this case, we've got so many unsolved crimes and we've got to help the police do their job," said Al Rogers with Air Quality Services.    

"We're asking ya'll to be brave enough. We want to be brave enough to bring this to an end. Bring this killing in our streets to the end," said Joe Brim with Air Quality Services.       

Police continue to investigate and say they need help to find the killer. You can call in tips to Crime Stoppers at 436-TIPS.

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