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Renewed push for information on Linda Cage murder

By on November 3rd, 2011

With little information surfacing since the murder of Dunnellon resident Linda Cage 3 months ago, Marion County Crime Stoppers is making a renewed push for information from the community. Marion County Crime Stoppers Executive Director Robert Hauck says there is a $5,000 reward available.

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Marion County Sheriff’s Office Spokesman Judge Cochran says any bit of information can help, because they haven’t had many leads up to this point.

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The body of 50-year-old Linda Cage was found outside her home on SW 46th Street after investigators found her truck burning several miles away.


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