It's now been nearly a year since a Henry County man was murdered, but his killer is still at large.
Family members are determined to help solve the crime. And more reward money is being offered in the case.
The badly beaten body of 50-year-old Danny Miller was found in the driveway of his home on Henry County Road Two the night of Dec. 22. He was last seen alive about eight hours earlier. To this day, investigators have been unable to even establish a motive for the slaying.
The reward in the case just keeps growing: $1,000 from Crimestoppers, $10,000 from the governor and now $20,000 from the victim's family to help bring the killer to justice.
District Attorney Doug Valeska is hoping the big reward will help solve the case.
If nothing else, investigators are hoping someone will tell them where Miller was and what he did the night he was killed.
If you have any information about the case, call 793-7000 or 585-5200.
Authorities said all callers will remain anonymous and will not have to testify in court.
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