Renewed push for information on Linda Cage murder
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.
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.
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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