East Point, Georgia – The hunt for the killer of barbershop owner Righteous Torrence Hill continues, as his family mourns his tragic death. Hill was shot and killed at his home in East Point on February 28. The identity of his killer remains unknown, leaving his loved ones desperate for answers and justice.

   Terri Wilson, Hill’s partner, expressed the unbearable pain she has been experiencing since the loss of her loved one. The fatal shooting took place during a dispute over the use of Hill’s car, which escalated into a verbal argument before turning deadly. Despite efforts to save him, Hill succumbed to his injuries during surgery.

   Described as a gentle and generous soul by his family, Hill was a beloved member of the community who ran barbershops and beauty salons in the metro Atlanta area. His parents, Zelb and Verna Wilcox, fondly remember their daily conversations with him and continue to struggle with the reality of his absence.

   The killer, who remains at large, has left Hill’s family seeking closure and justice. Zelb Wilcox emphasized the importance of holding the perpetrator accountable for their actions and ensuring that the maximum punishment is delivered for Hill’s senseless murder.

   As the investigation into Hill’s death continues, his family remains steadfast in their pursuit of justice and closure. The impact of his loss has been deeply felt by all who knew and loved him, leaving a void that can never be filled. The community rallies behind the family in their quest for answers, as they seek to honor Hill’s memory and legacy.

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