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Albany police ask for public's help in unsolved homicides

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany Police said it takes your help to solve any unsolved murders from 2014.

Eight homicides is one too many for Albany Police and cracking these cases can be hard, but with tips from the community, it's possible you can help solve one of those cases.

As the year is almost over, its ending on a sad note for those whose family members were victims of homicides.

"Her fussing at me for everything I do, even when I'm right she used to fuss at me," said Jamar Bryant, sister killed October 18th.

That's what Jamar Bryant said he misses the most about his older sister Jessica Bryant. Bryant was shot and killed in her South Cleveland Street home October 18th. There hasn't been a crack in her case by Albany Police.

""I'm hoping they do something. No one wants to go through this. But we need answers and we need them now and the world ain't going to change until we change ourselves," said Jamar Bryant.

Raymond Tilley was the first homicide of the year was. He was leaving his job at Dinner Bell on Clark Avenue when he was beaten with a metal pipe in August 2013. A person was arrested and charged in that case.

Albany Police said they encourage tips to help solves the crimes.

"What the community needs to realize that any type no matter how small they think that information may possibly lead to a break in the case," Phyllis Banks, Albany Police Department.

The four unsolved homicides of Jeffry Nunley, James Sanders and Anthony Cook and Jessica Bryant are still under investigation.

"Detectives continue to work aggressively on the unsolved homicides working all tips that do come in,"

Jamar Bryant said it hard sealing with his sister's death.

"Honestly we're not; only thing I can say is I want my sister back," said Bryant.

Albany Police said please call if you have tips that could lead to arrests in any case. They encourage you to use Crime stoppers hotline at 436-TIPS.

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