Fulton County police released photos of a man they believe killed a woman earlier this month. (Credit: Fulton County Police Department)

Cops release photos of suspect accused in woman’s homicide 

Nearly a month after a woman was found with head injuries in her home and later died, police released photos Monday of the man they believe killed her. 

Fulton County police need help identifying the man last seen with Joya Chester, who was found Aug. 3 inside a home on White City Road in College Park, Fulton County police Cpl. Maureen Smith said. 

Police said the man is known to frequent the Roosevelt Highway and White City Road areas. (Credit: Fulton County Police Department)

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Chester, 45, died Aug. 11 at Grady Memorial Hospital from her injuries. 

Joya Chester (Credit: Fulton County Police Department)

Police said the suspect was wearing a black shirt with a camouflage pattern on the sleeves and on the front. He was last seen driving a light blue, four-door Mercedes-Benz, authorities said.

He is described as heavy set, 6-foot-1 and has his hair styled in medium-length twists. He is thought to have a small goatee. 

The suspect was last seen driving a light blue, four-door Mercedes-Benz, authorities said. (Credit: Fulton County Police Department) 

Police said the man is known to frequent the Roosevelt Highway and White City Road areas. 

Anyone with information is asked to call Fulton County police at 404-613-6600. Tipsters can remain anonymous, and be eligible for rewards of up to $2,000, by calling Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477, texting information to 274637 or visiting crimestoppersatlanta.org.

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