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Reward Offered For Details Of Daughters Murder

Last updated on Wednesday, October 31, 2007

(INDIANAPOLIS) - A cash reward is being offered for information on a Broad Ripple murder.

Tony and Dorothy Pepper are offering $15,000 for anyone who has information about the murder of their daughter Jane. The 44-year-old's body turned up inside her Broad Ripple home. She had been stabbed multiple times.

Indianapolis Metro Police still aren't saying much about the investigation. Police also will not speculate about a motive for the crime.

Pepper's parents described her as someone who loved Indianapolis and moved there after graduating from Purdue and "just never left."

Pepper was working as an administrative assistant at Methodist Hospital.

Dorothy Pepper says she last spoke to her daughter on Thursday of last week.

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