Henry County sheriff investigators are still looking for a break in a murder that happened almost five years ago.
In December 2001, Danny Miller's body was found beaten to death outside, in his driveway in Henry County.
Family members are urging anyone to come forward with information that will lead to a break in the case.
They say enough isn't being done towards the investigation. However, Henry County Sheriff Lawton Ed Armstrong says his investigators are still searching for clues.
“We're actively pursuing all leads that we receive. We're being assisted in this case by the Alabama Bureau of Investigation,” said Sheriff Armstrong.
A Crimestoppers reward of up to $36,000 is being offered, for any information leading to a suspect's arrest. That number is 585-5200.
This is only one of two unsolved murder cases in Henry County
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