(1/10/12) A witness has provided some new information about an unsolved murder in central Wisconsin from over a decade ago. James Southworth was shot twice in the back in November of 2001. He was deer hunting on his family's property near Neillsville in Clark County. According to detective Kerry Kern, the witness said a pick-up truck in the area of the shooting had a white hood -- and it was a different color than the rest of the vehicle. The new witness also said the truck might have been a Chevy S-10. Authorities earlier said a white, silver, or beige pick-up was spotted close to where Southworth was shot.