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Investigators seek information to find Bollinger County man's killer

Robins was killed in his home in Bollinger County, Mo. Robins was killed in his home in Bollinger County, Mo.
BOLLINGER COUNTY, MO (KFVS) -

Investigators in Bollinger County are asking again for information from the public to help them track down Scottie Robins killer

It's been more than a month now since Robins' children came home from school and found him shot in the head.

It happened inside their home on County Road 834.

Investigators say they are still looking into a possible person of interest, and are working the case every day.

They believe someone shot Robins over something personal.

Meanwhile family members say the wait is frustrating for his kids and they are praying for answers soon.

If you have any information contact the Bollinger County Sheriff's Office.

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