The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is establishing a reward fund for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the murder of 28-year-old Montevious Flentall of Toccoa in March.
Flentall was found dead at his home on Pageland Drive in Toccoa at about 8 a.m. on March 18.
The GBI said at that time, three persons, two black males and a black female, were seen leaving the scene in a gray Ford Edge.
Authorities said that Ford Edge was seen passing through Westminster, South Carolina traveling east towards Seneca, South Carolina at about 8:30 a.m. on March 18, about thirty minutes after Flentall was found dead.
The GBI said the reward fund has been established in an effort to encourage people with information about the Flentall murder to contact law enforcement officials.
Authorities are not disclosing the amount of the reward at this time.
The GBI said anyone with information on the case, specifically information about the suspect vehicle, should contact the Toccoa Police Department at 706-282-3244 or the GBI Tipline at 800-597-8477.
Tips can also be submitted online at gbi.ga.gov.
GBI officials said the family and law enforcement are eager to solve the case and hold those responsible for Flentall’s death accountable.
Officials added that the Toccoa Police Department and the GBI have worked tirelessly with other law enforcement agencies in South Carolina and Georgia to bring resolution to the case.