More Cases Announced in Rewards Program

first_imgThe province is strengthening its commitment to build a safe Nova Scotia by announcing fourteen new cases in Nova Scotia’s Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program. The program was launched in October 2006 as another tool for law enforcement to use in solving crime. The Department of Justice will offer cash rewards of up to $50,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction individuals responsible for the following cases: People with information about one of these cases can call1-888-710-9090 toll free. Those who come forward with information will be expected to provide their name and contact information. In addition, they may also be called to testify in court. All calls to the Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program will be traced and recorded. “I am pleased that we have fourteen new cases added to our Rewards for Major Unsolved Crimes Program,” said Justice Minister Murray Scott. “We hope that this program will encourage individuals who may have pertinent information to come forward and that we will be able help ease some of the uncertainty and grief faced by victims’ families and friends.” More information on the cases can be found at www.gov.ns.ca/just/divisions/polvs/rewards/ . The cases were submitted by the Halifax Regional Municipality Integrated Major Crime Unit and the Truro Police. Troy Cook, Truro Leon Anthoney Adams, Halifax Regional Municipality Danny DiBenedetto, Halifax Regional Municipality Kevin James Bowser, Halifax Regional Municipality Kevin Petrie, Halifax Regional Municipality William Allan MacDonald, Halifax Regional Municipality Laura Lee Cross, Halifax Regional Municipality John Francis Alquiros, Halifax Regional Municipality Douglas Keating, Halifax Regional Municipality Donald David Snelgrove, Halifax Regional Municipality Gail Marie Stone and Richard Marriott, Halifax Regional Municipality Raymond Paul Chase, Halifax Regional Municipality Michael Joseph Peverill, Halifax Regional Municipalitylast_img