Police: UGA professor's passport found in Jeep

Police search for George Zinkhan

Athens-Clarke County police say they've found the passport of a University of Georgia professor suspected of killing his wife and two others outside a community theater.

Capt. Clarence Holeman confirmed Monday that the passport of George Zinkhan was found inside the wrecked Jeep uncovered in a ravine a few miles from his home Friday. Authorities say the marketing professor never showed up Saturday for a flight he had scheduled to Amsterdam prior to the April 25 shootings. Police are still searching for Zinkhan, but Holeman said officers have little information to help them in their investigation.

Zinkhan is accused of killing his wife, Marie Bruce, 63-year-old Ben Teague and 40-year-old Tom Tanner as they gathered for a
picnic. Two others were hit by bullet fragments.