Video Shows Suspect In Death of 59-Year-Old Man Who Died From Head Wound in Macon Alleyway

June 1, 2024
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Video Shows Suspect In Death of 59-Year-Old Man Who Died From Head Wound in Macon Alleyway

🕵️ The Investigation: The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a suspect connected to the death of 59-year-old Albert Kenneth Knight. The incident occurred on May 26, in an alleyway near the intersection of Poplar Street and Second Street in Macon.

🎥 Suspect Description and Video:

  • The suspect is described as a white male wearing glasses, a ball cap, a green shirt possibly with “Hilton Head Island Bike Shop” printed in white letters, denim jeans, and black shoes.
  • A video showing the suspect has been released by the Sheriff’s Office (video not included in this article).

▶️ The Video:

☎️ Call for Information:

  • Anyone with information about the suspect’s identity or whereabouts is urged to contact the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office at 478-751-7500 or Macon Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-877-68CRIME.

🔍 Case Details:

  • On May 28, 2024, the Sheriff’s Office provided an update on the investigation.
  • Knight was found deceased in the alleyway on May 26 at approximately 11:47 a.m., after a call was made to the Macon-Bibb County E-911 Center.
  • Investigators determined that Knight had died from a severe head wound after being struck several times in the head.
  • The incident is being investigated as a homicide, and the Sheriff’s Office is committed to utilizing all available law enforcement resources to resolve the case.

🙏 Community Assistance: The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office is relying on the community’s help to identify and locate the suspect responsible for Albert Kenneth Knight’s death. Any information, no matter how small, could be crucial in bringing justice to the victim and his family.

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