3 A new development that's believed to POSSIBLY be related to the unsolved murder of a south Georgia burger executive. According to investigators, Richard Hollis was shot and killed while trying to change a tire on the side of the road in Brunswick. It happened a year-and-a-half ago. Hollis was a top official with Hickory Foods, a Jacksonville company which owns Bubba Burger. Now an admitted con-man, who defrauded Bubba Burger, David Dinsbeer, has pleaded guilty to 16 charges brought by federal investigators. The indictment ties him to Hollis. Channel 4's Vic Micolucci has been digging deeper into the possible connection between these two and joins us live from the federal courthouse downtown ..Vic. 3 3 3 00-061:28 -1:33PKG: What happened to Richard Hollis remains a mystery...police say he was shot and killed on the side of a Glynn County road 18- months-ago...while changing a tire. His killer has never been caught.But yesterday, when a 37-year-old Jacksonville man pleaded guilty to 16 counts of wire fraud ... new details came out...with links to Hollis. This federal indictment reports on the illegal activities of David Dinsbeer. A man who confessed to forming fake shipping companies, making phony invoices, and fraudulently billing Hickory Foods - the company that makes Bubba Burger -- out of more than 900-thousand-dollars. Federal investigators said they believed one of the company's employees was involved in the crime...the indictment lists that person by his initials ...R.H. Two independent sources tell me that R.H stands for Richard Hollis.The indictment says R.H. Approved the fake invoices Dinsbeer drew up...signed them...and used the company's money to pay Dinsbeer hundreds of thousands of dollars.FBI agents say Dinsbeer would in return write checks to R.H...The government documents mention Hollis' murder, but make no connection. Former FBI agent turned attorney Dale Carson says there are still so many questions yet to be answered...in both the shooting and the fraud.11:17 "his signature could be on certain items, certain invoices that are okayed for payment, which may not have been his actual signature. So you don't know. But clearly and routinely in these fraud cases, individuals on the inside are required in order to make them function properly." Carson investigated countless fraud cases during his time as a federal agent...he says there's always a paper trail... And it's something detectives are surely still following...15:09 "previously in the homicide, they didn't have any connection with anybody. Now they do.They have connections and they'll explore those connections to determine whether or not anything develops within those connections that would give somebody a motive to kill Mr. Hollis." 3 Has Hickory Foods said anything about the investigation and allegations of corruption in their company?What about Hollis' family?