Reward up to $5,000 offered for information on Baby Jane Doe case

March 22, 2018

It’s been six years since the skeletal remains of a young girl were found in a trailer park in Opelika. The case has been slow moving, but authorities are hoping to make greater strides with the ability to offer a money reward for information.

 

The District Attorney’s office announced on Thursday a $5,000 reward from the governor's office for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person involved with the death of the young girl, known as Baby Jane Doe.

Anonymous donor adds $5,000 to reward fund in Baby Jane Doe mystery

March 23, 2018

A local man is donating $5,000 to increase the reward for information in the mysterious death of Baby Jane Doe, the Lee County District Attorney's Office said on Friday.

 

The announcement of additional reward money came one day after District Attorney Brandon Hughes and the Opelika Police Department held a news conference announcing a reward in the six-year cold case of Baby Jane Doe. In the Thursday conference, Hughes announced a $5,000 rewardfrom Gov. Kay Ivey’s office for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for Baby Jane Doe’s death.

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