DUNWOODY, Ga. (AP) -- Police in Dunwoody have put a video on the Internet in hopes that it will help solve the only unsolved murder case in city history.
WSB-TV reports that detectives have put the video on YouTube. They hope it will bring clues in the July 2010 killing of Roger and Dorothy Abbott. The elderly couple was found slain in their home. Police say the house was then set on fire to cover up the killings.
The six-minute video detectives put online highlights the facts of the case and has interviews with police and the couple's daughter.
Police want to identify the man a witness described seeing near the Abbott home the morning of the killings. Police continue to offer a $10,000 reward in the case.