The father of a murdered Franklin County teenager has been identified as a “person of interest” in her death.
"People are talkin', but ain't nobody tellin' the truth." That’s what Raymond Lockley said during an interview with NewsChannel 7 last August about the then-disappearance of his 19-year-old daughter Pamela Kinney.
The teenager vanished late last summer. A couple of hunters found her body a few weeks later in a wooded area just west of Apalachicola.
Franklin County sheriff's investigators say they are now questioning Lockley about Kinney's death.
Investigators confirmed that Lockley is now a suspect in the case, but they also said they are looking at other potential suspects as well.
As of now, Franklin County sheriff's officials say that have not made any arrests.
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