GRAY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - The Jones County sheriff’s office has another “vehicle of interest” in the case of the fatal hit-and-run in Gray.
Captain Earl Humphries says another suspected vehicle is a white SUV with a heavy bumper in addition to the utility vehicle initially thought to be the suspected vehicle.
“Possibly a Nissan Xterra,” Humphries said.
The Jones County sheriff's office has released the name of the victim of the fatal hit and run in Gray.
Marquis Deshaun Lawson, 28, lived on Wheeler Road where was hit.
His body was found in a ditch Thursday morning by a passerby.
The sheriff's still needs help finding information in this case.
Anyone with information with information is urged to call the sheriff's office at 478- 986-3479.
A 28-year-old man is dead after he was hit by an unknown vehicle late Wednesday night. The Jones County Sheriff's office was on the scene just before 8 A.M. on Thursday after a man saw the body in ditch on Wheeler Road.
Officers have identified the man, but have not released the man's name.
Captain Earl Humphries says the man could have been hit between 8 P.M. and midnight.
Humphries says they have a "vehicle on interest" and say the man was possibly hit by a utility vehicle with a bucket and boom like an electrician or cable service worker's vehicle.
Stay with 41NBC for the very latest on this ongoing investigation.