Crisp mom's murder still open

Crisp mom's murder still open
Crisp County Sheriff H.W. Hancock

CORDELE, GA (WALB) - There still have been no arrests a month after a Crisp County murder. Ashley Garry was shot to death in her mobile home.

Sheriff's investigators are still asking for tips to help solve the case.

Sheriff Billy Hancock says investigators have dedicated more than 700 man hours on this case already. No one wants it more than Ashley Garry's 10 year old son Jarmal. "I'm very sad and I hope they find who did this and when they do I will appreciate it and I will thank them a lot," said Jarmal Hill.

Hancock says they don't investigate many murders, but when they do, they usually solve them quickly."This is the first homicide since 2011 outside the city limits of Cordele, and the first since 1997 that this agency hasn't, along with the people you see here, hasn't solved within three days of the incident."

GBI agents and Crisp County deputies have not named a suspect or a motive but say they have eliminated some people from the list.

Garry's family just hopes whoever is responsible is found soon.Sheriff Hancock says a TV was stolen from Garry's house. He wants anyone who bought a TV that may have been stolen to come forward.

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