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Dead Colquitt Co. man identified

Hernandez' body was found in this shed off Sardis Church Road (WALB image) Hernandez' body was found in this shed off Sardis Church Road (WALB image)
(Source: WALB) (Source: WALB)
COLQUITT CO., GA (WALB) -

GBI agents are still awaiting autopsy results to determine what caused the death of a man in Colquitt County, but at least now they know who he was.

Colquitt County Coroner Verlyn Brock identified the man found Monday night on Sardis Church Road as 31-year old Ramiro Hernandez Hernandez. 

Hernandez' body was found in a shed. 

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

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

That autopsy results have not been released yet. 

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