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Posted by Max Cannon in $10,000+, Cold Case, Maine, Missing Persons, tags: Cold Case, CrimePAY$, Jeremy Alex, Max Cannon, Missing Child, Missing Persons, reward, RewardsTV
CrimePAY$ $20,000 Missing Person Reward TipLine 1-888-755-TIPS (8477)
NORTHPORT, Maine — Over eight years ago, Jeremy Alex disappeared in the woods of Northport under mysterious circumstances.
Despite a $20,000 reward for information on his whereabouts, his family is still left with many questions, no answers — and no Jeremy. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $10,000+, Maine, Unsolved Murder, tags: CrimePAY$, Darien Richardson, Max Cannon, murder, Oregon, reward, RewardsTV, Unsolved Murder Reward
CrimePAY$ $10,000 Murder Reward
PORTLAND, MAINE — More than 30 months after Darien Richardson was shot in her bedroom by an unknown intruder, family members and friends don’t want people to forget the lively, accomplished young woman who had a beautiful smile and moved with a dancer’s grace.
On Monday, Judi and Wayne Richardson of South Portland offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and indictment of the person or persons responsible for their daughter’s death in February 2010. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $10,000+, Maine, Unsolved Murder, tags: CrimePAY$, Darrel Smith, Max Cannon, murder, reward, RewardsTV, Unsolved Murder Reward
WOODLAND, Maine — It is coming up on four years since the body of a 56-year-old Woodland man was found inside the small sawmill he operated adjacent to his home, and while the reward for information has increased over time, it has not helped police find the killer.
Still, investigators with the Maine State Police are hoping that keeping the Darrel Smith homicide case on the public’s radar eventually will help them crack the case.
“There have been no substantial developments over the past year,” state police Detective Sgt. John Cote said Monday. “The reward is now at $40,000 for information that will lead us to the killer.” Read the rest of this entry »
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$30,000 Missing Child Reward
Update: WATERVILLE, Maine – A $30,000 reward for information leading to missing toddler Ayla Reynolds is about to expire on Sat., June 30, 2012, and police said Friday that it appears the money will go unclaimed, with no sign of the child and questions lingering over what happened to her.
WATERVILLE, Maine – A 20-month-old girl who vanished a week before Christmas after being put to bed in her father’s home was taken away and didn’t walk out on her own, investigators said yesterday as they announced the largest reward ever offered in the state to help find a missing person.
It marked the first time since the search for Ayla Reynolds began that police have directly said that they don’t believe that she left the house by herself.
“At this point in the investigation . . . we are confident that Ayla did not walk out of the house by herself,” Waterville police Chief Joseph Massey said at a news conference, at which he announced that a $30,000 reward was being offered for help finding her. “We believe that someone was involved in taking her out of the house, and that’s where the focus of this investigation has turned.” Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $10,000+, Maine, Unsolved Murder, tags: CrimePAY$, James Angelo Okot, Local MugSHOTS, murder, Portland Maine, reward, SafeCITY Publishing, Unsolved Crimes, Unsolved Murder Reward
PORTLAND, ME — Mercy Hospital is offering a $20,000 reward for information in the murder of James Angelo Okot that took place on Sept. 8, 2008. The offer is the largest ever reward related to a Portland criminal case. CrimeStoppers is also offering $2,500.
CEO Eileen Skinner says one of the hospital’s core values is justice, and she wants justice following the death of James Angelo Okot. The unarmed guard was on break early Sunday in a hospital parking lot when he was gunned down after being approached by two people. Read the rest of this entry »
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