DAWSON COUNTY, Ga.- On Oct. 22, 1997, Levi Frady was last seen and his body was found the following day, after 25 years the case still remains unsolved.
There were believed to be two witnesses that the investigators are still seeking help with identifying. The first person in question was seen walking along Little Mill Road in Forsyth County at 6:30 p.m. on October 22, the day Levi was reported missing.
Based on witness descriptions, the sketches below – profile and front views – of the man were made by GBI forensic artist Marla. He is described as a white male in his late 50’s, with a scruffy, gray beard. He was wearing a faded blue baseball cap. He walked in a stooped fashion.
The second person or potential witness was seen in the Dawson Forest Wildlife Management Area. He is described as a white male, 45 to 55 years of age, clean-shaven, 6′ 0″ to 6′ 1″ tall, slim build with white or gray hair. He was driving a 1980 to 1985 medium blue Toyota, 2-wheel drive, pick-up truck with a white camper shell over the bed of the vehicle.
At the time of his death, Levi was only 11 years old. He was last seen on Little Mill Road in Forsyth County. He was discovered in Dawson Forest Wildlife Management Area in Dawson County.
Any information on this case can be given to the Georgia Bruea of Invesgitation (GBI) by calling the tip line at 1-800-597-8477 or by writing in at Levi Frady Case 189 Highway 53 West, Suite 201 Dawsonville, Georgia 30534.
At this time GBI has no new updates on the case. The family has not had justice for the loss of their son 25 years ago. To view the information on the case visit https://dawsoncountysheriff.org/unsolved-homicide-levi-frady/.