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A reward of $12,500 was offered (and eventually increased to $30,000) for information about the killing of four black sharecroppers on July 25, 1946, at Moore’s Ford Bridge in rural north Georgia. Despite tips offering information and seeking the money, the reward was never paid out and no one was charged with killing Roger and Dorothy Malcolm and George and Mae Murray Dorsey that day. The case was officially closed on January 29, 2018.