ORANGE PARK, Fla. (AP) - The reward for information leading to
an arrest and conviction in the case of a slain Orange Park girl
whose body was found in a Georgia landfill has risen to $64,000.

Two nonprofit organizations, the Jacksonville-based Justice
Coalition and CrimeStoppers, are offering rewards of $48,000 and
$16,000, respectively, for information in the homicide of Somer
Thompson.

The 7-year-old girl vanished in late October as she was walking
home from school in her northeast Florida community.

Her body was found in a landfill some 50 miles away.

No one has been charged in her death, and authorities said last
week they were processing evidence and shifting through 4,200 tips in the case


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  • by Ann Location: Michigan on Nov 24, 2009 at 08:08 PM
    I wish someone on the case would compare DNA and evidence with the Nevaeh Buchanan case in Monroe, Michigan. Her moster is still out there somewhere too!
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