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MOST WANTED: Suspected killer still on the run three months after shooting

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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

A suspected killer is still on the run three months after police say he shot a man to death in Columbus.

Authorities say Oscar James Senior shot 31-year-old Charles Willis while Willis waited at a stop sign on the corner of Lawyers Lane and 7th street in Columbus.

Two of Willis' sisters say he was killed because he spoke to the mother of Seniors' children.  Willis left behind two young daughter's age 12 and eight, and a family who says they know he would be proud of them for doing all they can to find his killer.

Willis' family have made 'wanted' signs and put them all over the city.  The family says he may be in the Atlanta area or right here in Columbus.

If you have any information on where Oscar James Senior could be contact Columbus Police at (706) 653-3400 or Crime Stoppers at (706) 653-3188.

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