Police: Triple murder suspect may head to Chicago; Robert Bell wanted in Georgia murders
September 18, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- A man wanted in a triple murder in Georgia may be on his way to Chicago, officials said.
Robert Bell, 33, is wanted in connection to a triple murder in Snellville, Georgia on September 15, 2013. Angelina Benton, 34; her son, Joseph McDonald, 12; and her godson, Raynord Daniel, 19; were shot to death, police said. A fourth victim, Justin Cato, survived and placed the 911 call. Police say they found what may be the murder weapon inside Bell's car at the scene. Bell is described as 6-foot, 300 pounds. Police say Bell lived with the victims prior to the incident in what appears to be "a charitable act" by Benton. A motive for the murders is not clear. There are three warrants out of Bell's arrest. Officials believe Bell may be traveling to Chicago; Albany, GA.; or Crossville, TN. Bell is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information should call 911.
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