Investigators seek witnesses in murder case that led to Levi's Call

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It has been 20 years since Levi Frady was last seen, and who killed him remains a mystery.

Georgia's Levi's Call was named after him. A Levi’s Call is Georgia’s version of an alert for a child abduction. It is part of the national AMBER.

[READ: What is a Levi's Call?]

Details of the case:

Frady, 11, was last seen on Wednesday, Oct. 22, 1997, on Little Mill Road in Forsyth County. His body was found the next day in the Dawson Forest Wildlife Management Area in Dawson County.

Little Mill Road is a well-traveled road between Highway 306 and 369. 

The Dawson County Sheriff's Office, the Forsyth County Sheriff's Office and the GBI Regional Office in Cleveland are investigating the murder.

Authorities note that Oct. 22,1997, was the fifth game of the World Series. Oct. 23,1997, was opening day for deer hunting in Dawson Forest for rifles.

Investigators are also seeking the public's help in identifying two possible witnesses in the case.

Witness 1

The first person in question was seen walking along Little Mill Road in Forsyth County at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 22, the day Levi was reported missing. He is described as a white male in his late 50s, with a scruffy, gray beard. He was wearing a faded blue baseball cap and walked in a stooped fashion.

Witness 2

The second person or potential witness was seen in the Dawson Forest Wildlife Management Area. He is described as a white male, 45 to 55 years of age, clean shaven, 6 feet to 6 feet 1 inch tall, slim build with white or gray hair. He was driving a 1980 to 1985 medium blue Toyota, 2-wheel drive, pickup truck with a white camper shell over the bed of the vehicle.

Anyone with information on the murder of Levi Frady or on the identity of the persons in the sketches is asked to contact the GBI office in Cleveland at 706-348-4866 or online at Tips@gbi.ga.gov.

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