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Friends and family still looking for answers in South Albany man's death

Joe Brim, Nunley's Co-worker Joe Brim, Nunley's Co-worker
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Co-workers of a South Albany man gunned down nearly two years ago are still hoping someone will come forward with answers surrounding his death.
23-year-old Jeffrey Nunley was shot outside his home on West Whitney Avenue on May 5, 2014.
His employers at Air Quality Services are still offering a $1,000 reward and hope someone will come forward and bring closure to the case.

"You know somebody out there knows something and Jeff didn't deserve it,” said Joe Brim, Nunley’s Co-worker. “A lot of people in this city that it's happening too don't deserve it. The way folks behave with guns. I'm sure his family would love some closure."

Albany Police say the case remains active and that detectives are continuing to seek tip information that will assist with the arrest of those responsible for Nunley's death.

For tips in the case contact Detectives at 229-431-3288 or Albany Crimestoppers at 436-TIPS.

You can also contact Air Quality Services at 229-364-5791.

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