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The reward for information about Amber Hay reaches 1 ml


The reward for useful information in connection with the suspicious disappearance of young mother Amber Hay in New Wales, which took place over two decades, has been increased to $ 1 million.

Ms Haye and her six-month-old son were living in Kingsweil with the couple when she disappeared on June 5, 2002, New Wales police said on Tuesday.

The couple said they dropped her off at Campbelltown Station so she could visit her sick father at a hospital on Mount Druid.

Later that night, money was withdrawn from her bank account.

The couple announced her disappearance on June 19, 2002, police said, increasing the reward from $ 100,000.

In 2011, Coroner discovered that Ms. Haye had been killed or died in an accident in early June 2002.

Homicide Commander Superintendent Detective Danny Doherty on Tuesday resumed calls for help.

“Amber’s disappearance and suspicion of death deprived the young boy of his mother’s presence in his life, and no one has ever been held accountable for it,” the Doherty Department said in a statement.

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