URGENT: $10K reward offered for ‘armed and dangerous’ suspect accused of killing girlfriend & setting her house on fire

After a Georgia woman ended a relationship with her former boyfriend, police say he killed her before setting her house on fire and fleeing. Authorities are now offering a $10,000 for information that leads to his capture.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that the Sandy Springs police are currently offering a $10,000 reward for credible information that leads to the whereabouts of Patrick “P.J.” Nolan, 43. Nolan is accused of killing his former girlfriend, Amber Marie Holliman, 39, last Saturday. He then allegedly set her home ablaze. The incident occurred at 501 Hammond Drive in Sandy Springs.

According to police, an autopsy reported indicated Holliman died from a gunshot wound to the head and blunt force trauma. Police found Holliman in her bed after someone contacted them regarding a burning house. Sandy Springs police spokesperson Sgt. Sam Worsham said Holliman and Nolan were in a relationship and living together at the home when the ordeal took place.

“The victim and Mr. Nolan both lived at the location and had been in a long term relationship — 13 years — at the time of the incident.”

Holliman’s only daughter, 18-year-old , Payton Holliman, is now alone and trying to cope with a life without her mother, who she considered a best friend. Payton told AJC that she at one point considered Nolan to be a father figure.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, Nolan is described as a white male with a devil tattoo on his left arm and an angel tattoo on his right arom. He’s possibly driving a blue 2006 Ford Explorer with Georgia license plate number, PYZ1420. Nolan has a dog that could be traveling with him, a black Presa Canario, weighing around 160 pounds. He’s considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached. He has ties to Alabama, Mississippi, New York, and Colorado.

Anone with any information is urged to contact  Sandy Springs police Detective J.T. Williams at 404-456-9343.

[Feature Photo: Amber Holliman; Patrick Nolan/Police Handout]