Missing red Porsche could hold key to Duluth homicide investigation

Police say they don’t yet know why or how a Duluth man was killed inside his home last week.

But Don Singer’s missing red Porsche might be the key to unlocking the mystery, according to investigators.

Singer, 57, was found by his daughter Thursday afternoon wrapped in blankets inside his garage on Montheath Pass. He was last seen March 23, according to Duluth police.

“I just tried calling him, I tried calling him for three days, four days and he wouldn’t answer,” Singer’s friend, Noverto Maltos, told Channel 2 Action News.

Duluth Police Capt. Mark Hunter said investigators are awaiting toxicology results along with additional forensic testing before determining a cause of death.

Even though the victim’s 1988 Porsche 944, with a Georgia tag ADK 6725, is missing, police won’t say whether robbery was the motive for the slaying.

Man dead in Gwinnett stabbing

One man is dead after being found with multiple stab wounds Saturday inside a Snellville home, Gwinnett police said.

The man was still alive when he was discovered by the owner of the home in the 2400 block of Hurndon Road about 12:30 p.m. Saturday. He was a tenant there.

He was taken to Gwinnett Medical Center and interviewed by police before succumbing to his injuries.

Police did not release the victim’s identity. An investigation is ongoing.

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