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50K reward in Varaschin murder

The OPP are offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to a break in the almost three year old murder case of an Orangeville nurse.Sonia Varaschin was declared missing in Caledon, August 30, 2010, after failing to show up for work. Her remains were found in the town just a few days later on September 5th.Over the years, police have come close to making breaks in the case, having identified the kind of boot the killer might have been wearing, and testing hundreds of men for DNA samples, but no suspects have been arrested.It’s a horrendous murder that gripped this region three years ago and still hasn’t been solved. And now investigators are turning up the pressure on whoever committed the crime.Al Sweeney is following this story and has the details.Whoever killed Sonia Varaschin in Orangeville in 2010 is still out there. But police say they’re still on this case. And now they’re offering a reward of $50,000 to try to catch the killer or killers.It was three years ago – August 29th, 2010 – when 42-year old nurse Sonia Varaschin went missing from her home in Orangeville.Her townhouse was found spattered with blood.Her bloodstained car was found in a downtown alley.And a week later – on September 5th – her body was found in a wooded area near the town.There’s still no sign of the killer, but police are hoping the $50,000 reward will produce new tips, no matter how small.Insp. Tracy Dobbin of the OPP said “The message here is that even the smallest piece of information can make sense in the bigger picture that we have privy too that the public may not be aware of.”Since the murder, police have identified the kind of boot the killer might have worn.They’ve taken DNA samples of men, still being analyzed.And the OPP say they have a team of investigators dedicated to this case who are making progress.“There have been developments,” said Dobbin. “Obviously I can’t discuss the specifics of developments, but I feel confident that we’re in a better place now that we were three years ago.”But no word on any suspects or arrests, in a murder that shook this commuity.“It’s unusual especially for a small town.”One of the feelings in Orangeville now is that whoever murdered Sonia Varaschin isn’t sticking around.“It’s been three years. They’re going to be long gone by now.”“To be honest, I just hope he’s gone. Yeah. long gone by now.”The police say there’s still an active investigation into Varaschin’s murder. This is not a cold case. And stress that information from the public may be what helps them find the killer. 00:00:00 | 00:00:00::Projekktor V1.3.09

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