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Suspect Wanted for Questioning in Biancosino and Pickels Murder

Sidney Grant is wanted for questioning in connection a double murder in Savannah Sidney Grant is wanted for questioning in connection a double murder in Savannah

Sidney Grant is a wanted criminal who Savannah-Chatham police want to talk to about a high profile case.

"He's on probation for illegally possessing a firearm and is wanted for questioning in the murder of Michael Biancosino and Emily Pickels," explains Savannah-Chatham Detective Jonathan Puhala

Biancosino and Pickels were found shot and killed in a parking lot at Montgomery and Henry streets over Labor Day weekend.

Two people, Walter Moon, and Kiawana Williams have already been arrested on other charges, but investigators believe they, along with grant, could be connected to the killing.

"His name has come up," explained Detective Puhala. "He is certainly someone we want to talk to about his knowledge of what happened that night."
 
Sidney Grant is 5' 10", 180 pounds.

Investigators believe he is still in Savannah, possibly in the area of Waters and 53rd street.

But detectives say grant knows he is wanted, and could be on the move.

"Especially when he knows the police are looking for him or he is wanted, he doesn't stay in one place very long," said Puhala.

If you can help find Sidney Grant, call Savannah-Chatham police or Crimestoppers at 234-2020.
 
Remember, if your tip leads to an arrest, you could be eligible for a cash reward.

"Until this case is solved, it will never be closed," said a defiant Puhala.

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