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GBI: Fight may have led to death of Colquitt co. man

Investigators found the body in this shed in a neighborhood of of Sardis Church road. Investigators found the body in this shed in a neighborhood of of Sardis Church road.
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COLQUITT CO., GA (WALB) -

GBI agents are awaiting autopsy results to determine what caused the death of a man in Colquitt county. 

Special Agent in charge Jamy Steinberg said they still don't have a positive identification for the man found in a neighborbood off Sardis Church Road Monday night.

The body was found in a shed. 

Witnesses told investigators a fight over the weekend may be related to the death.

Agents did not find any apparent gunshot wounds but did discover wounds they said could have come from a fight. 

That autopsy is scheduled for Wednesday morning. 

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