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Police Offer $12,000 Reward for Info on Murder


April 30, 2009 Staff Report

The police are offering a $12,000 reward for any information that leads to the capture of the murderer of Michelle Lee, 24.

Lee was found Monday morning bound to her bed, the cord of a cell phone charger wrapped around her neck and a knife in her throat, according to police.

Lee’s house was on the corner of 43rd Street and Skillman Ave.

Her body was discovered by her roommate early Monday morning.

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