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Friday September 4th, 2015 10:32AM

Toccoa police seek vehicle of interest in murder case

By Rob Moore Reporter
TOCCOA - Toccoa police and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation again are seeking the public's help in solving a March 18 homicide in that city.

Toccoa Police Chief Tim Jarrell said police are seeking information about a vehicle, believed to be a grey Ford Edge. That vehicle was seen passing through Westminster, S.C., headed east toward Seneca after the 9-1-1 call in Stephens County was made on the morning of March 18.

"We now have an image of a vehicle of interest in the death of Montevious Flentall from March 18," Jarrell said. "We ask that anyone with information on this vehicle contact the Toccoa Police Department Tip Line at (706) 282-3237, or GBI Tip line at (800) 597-8477."
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