Reward for information into April Dobson murder now at $50,000

Reward hiked for info into Dobson case

Reward

Barrie police have hiked the reward for information and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the death of April Dobson to $50,000.
Police chief Kimberley Greenwood announced on Wednesday that the reward would be increased to $50,000 from $25,000, following a recommendation from the Barrie Police Services Board to do so. It’s hoped that the additional financial incentive will open new avenues of information for the case.
Dobson, 40, was killed after midnight on Oct. 14, 2005 while sitting on the porch of a friend’s house in the Letitia Heights area of Barrie. She was killed by a single gunshot wound, police say. Anyone with information is asked to call the major crime unit’s tip line at 705-725-7025, ext: 2160.

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