Debbie Collier’s husband breaks silence: ‘I loved her’

The husband of murdered Georgia realtor Debbie Collier broke his silence Friday — nearly two weeks after her naked burnt body was found in a ravine about 60 miles from the couple’s home.

“She was a beautiful woman and I loved her,” Steve Collier, 67, told The Daily Mail from his Athens home.

“It has been a long two weeks and I’m very tired,” he reportedly said, while fighting back tears. “My wife was a wonderful person.”

The widower later spoke with The Post at his home and said investigators haven’t shared many details with him beyond what’s been made public.

Debbie Collier’s husband breaks silence: ‘I loved her’
Steve Collier said detectives have not told him much about their investigation.
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A photo of the Collier's Athens home.
Collier broke his silence at the Athens, Georgia home he shared with his late wife.
A photo of the secluded crime scene.
Debbie Collier’s body was found naked and partially burned at the bottom of steep embankment 60 miles from her home, police said.
A photo of Debbie Collier
Collier was working as a realtor in Athens at the time of her murder.
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