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Tasmania Police provide no evidence financial rewards lead to convictions in long-unsolved murders | The Examiner

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Tasmania Police has shown no evidence that increasing rewards for information in unsolved murders has lead to convictions. Last week it was announced that $500,000 rewards were now on offer for information leading to convictions in multiple unsolved Tasmanian deaths including those of North-West residents Helen Munnings and Simon…



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