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Cash reward offered in Winter Haven cold murder case

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WINTER HAVEN, FL (WFLA) -

A nearly three-year-old murder case may take a new turn, as Winter Haven Police officers canvas southwestern city neighborhoods Thursday morning passing out flyers and offering a cash reward.

On the night of Tuesday, May 18, 2010 somebody shot and killed Cherie T. Kirkendall as she sat on the sofa in her Avenue O apartment in Winter Haven, WHPD officers told us.

They said, the shot came from outside the house, but that's where the investigation came to a dead end.

Officers hope somebody might remember something about that night.

"There is never an insignificant tip," said Chief Gary Hester. "Somebody heard or saw something that could help us find Cherie's killer." 

If a tip leads to the killer's arrest, the tipster will get $3000. 

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