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Police pass out fliers to gain clues in Raleigh mother's murder

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RALEIGH, N.C. -

Raleigh police are passing out fliers in hopes of learning new clues about the murder of a North Raleigh woman.

More than a dozen officers spent six hours passing out fliers to the public Monday night, starting around 11 p.m., in hopes of getting more clues in the death of Melissa Huggins-Jones.

Police want to speak with anyone who lives in the area or may have been traveling through at Monday May 13 at 11 p.m. to 8 a.m. on Tuesday May 14.

The area includes:

- Six Forks Road at the I440 beltline

- Exiting I440 beltline at Six Forks Road

- Ramblewood Drive

- Bellevue Road

- Allister Drive

- Rolston Drive

Huggins-Jones body was discovered last Tuesday by her 8-year-old daughter in their apartment near North Hills.

Warrants show investigators want to access to Huggins-Jones Facebook page, which family members say she delete just days before she died.

Officers were passing out fliers near Six Forks Road and Ramblewood Drive.

No arrests have been made in connection with the murder.

Justin Quesinberry

Justin is a reporter for WNCN and a North Carolina native. He has spent the better part of the last decade covering the news in central North Carolina.  More>>

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