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UPDATE: Man Indicted by for 2010 Church Murder

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According to a court document, a man has been indicted for the 2010 murder of a man at a Panama City Beach Church.

Forty-seven year old Christopher Ray Hyler was indicted for the murder of Robert Ellison. He was arrested by Panama City Beach Police on Thursday night at 1009 Spring Ave. in Panama City. Ellison was shot and killed at First Baptist Church on Panama City Beach three years ago.

Sources told News 13 that PCBPD served a search and arrest warrant at the residence, which property appraiser records show the home belongs to the murder victim Robert Ellison. There was one police officer and an environmental clean up team at the residence when News 13 arrived just after 8:00 p.m. on Thursday.

Beach Police are holding a news conference Friday morning. We will have more details as they become available.

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According to arrest reports, a man was arrested for murder by Panama City Beach Police at 1009 Spring Ave. in Panama City after sources told News 13 last night that PCBPD had served a search and arrest warrant at that address.

Property appraiser records show the home belongs to the murder victim Robert Ellison. There was one police officer and an environmental clean up team at the residence when News 13 arrived just after 8:00 p.m. on Thursday.

The man arrested was 47-year-old Christopher Ray Hyler. We cannot yet confirm if his case is related to Ellison's murder.

Beach Police will not provide any details at this time, but they are holding a news conference at 8:30am Friday morning.

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Sources tell News 13 that Panama City Beach Police served a search and arrest warrant at 1009 Spring Ave in Panama City.

There was one police officer and an environmental clean up team at the residence when News 13 arrived just after 8:00pm Thursday.

Property appraiser records show the home belongs to the murder victim Robert Ellison.

Ellison was shot and killed at First Baptist Church on Panama City Beach back in 2010.

Beach Police will not provide any details at this time but they are holding a news conference at 8:30am Friday morning.