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Friday May 22nd, 2015 6:05AM

GBI announces reward in Montevious Flentall murder in Toccoa

By Rob Moore Reporter
TOCCOA - The Georgia Bureau of Investigation and Toccoa Police Department have announced a new tool in hopes of solving the March 18 murder of Montevious Flentall.

Flentall was found dead about 8 a.m. March 18 at his home on Pageland Drive in Toccoa. His death has been ruled a homicide.

Two black males and a black female were seen leaving the scene in a grey Ford Edge, which was seen passing through Westminster, S.C., about 8:30 a.m. headed toward Seneca.

Officials hope the reward fund will encourage people with information about the murder to contact GBI or Toccoa police.

Toccoa Police Department and the GBI are requesting any information on the case - especially the location and any information about the suspect vehicle.

Anyone with information should contact Toccoa P.D. at (706) 282-3244; or the GBI Tipline at (800) 597-8477 or (706) 348-4866. Special Agent Ryan Hilton is the GBI case agent.

Tips also may be submitted online at gbi.ga.gov.
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