The Hall County Sheriff's Office released a new sketch of a person of interest in the murder of David Sanchez.
Sanchez was shot and killed two-and-a-half months ago outside of Victory Foods, a chicken processing plant. Family members said he would cash checks for the workers. He started going to the plant to accommodate the workers who were afraid to drive because they were in the U.S. illegally.
"That is what makes us mad. It was our own people that did that to him," said Betty Galvin, Sanchez's best friend.
Sanchez also owned a popular dress shop in Gainesville. His family and the customers said there is a feeling of sadness throughout the shop, especially since there has not yet been an arrest.
"It's frustrating when it is still going on and you really want to get it over with and find out who actually did it," said Lizette Galvin, Sanchez's goddaughter.
Detectives said one of the biggest challenges is that many of the witnesses are illegal immigrants and scared to talk with police.
Complicating the search, Sanchez's family said initial descriptions of two potential suspects were wrong. A new witness came forward who said the descriptions were incorrect.
"Now that they have someone else for sure that has more information, we are happier that they (police) are closer," said Betty Galvin.
The person police want to talk to is described as between the ages of 19 and 24, 5'5" and 135 pounds. Officers also said a green four-door car is also possibly involved.
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