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Bayne offers $5 000 reward

Sanka Price,

Added 16 November 2014


Gillian Bayne (FP)

A $5 000 reward leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for killing Gillian Bayne is being offered.

This is the latest development in her mother’s quest to find out who killed the teenager back in 1996.

Gillian, who lived in Kirtons, St Philip, went missing on August 12, 1996. Four days later police recovered her badly decomposed body from a 70-foot well at nearby Groves Plantation. She was 18 years old having attained that milestone on July 16, 1996.

Her mother, Thelma Bayne, said she is going this route since the police are “vigorously pursuing the case” and the reward may encourage those who have information to come forward.

She said anyone with information may contact the nearest police station “where I have been assured that their details will be held in the strictest confidence”.

Please read the full story in today's Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.


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