Governor Offers Rewards In Unsolved Cases
Governor Schwarzenegger offered rewards today for information leading to convictions in three unsolved murder cases.
The cases include the fatal shootings of two camp counselors sleeping on a Sonoma County beach this summer.
The governor´s office says the rewards of 50-thousand dollars for each case are part of a program that has been tapped 18 times since 1967 for help solving difficult cases.
The governor offered a reward in the case of Jason Allen and Lindsay Cutshall who were found dead in sleeping bags August 18th on a remote stretch of coast near Jenner.
A reward was also offered in the case of Tong Lo, who was gunned down in front of his four children at his family´s Stockton grocery store.
The final case involves Cecilia Garcia, found in her Livermore home in 2002.
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