Thursday, 4 October 2007 - 5:19pm |
National News

Police encouraged by calls to Matsuzawa hotline

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Detective Senior Sergeant Simon Scott is pleased with the number of calls recieved from the public about the investigation into the death of Kayo Matsuzawa.

"After the Investigator programme last night, our 0800 MURDER number rang off the hook," he said.

Investigators are working through the information gained from the calls, a process which may take some days. Detective Senior Sergeant Scott also said: "I urge people with information to contact the Police, by calling 0800 MURDER (0800 687337) and remind the public that there is currently a $75,000 reward for information about Kayo Matsuzawa's death. The conditions of paying the reward are:

"It is hereby notified that a reward of up to $75,000 will be paid for material information or evidence, which leads to the identity and conviction of any person or persons responsible for the death of Kayo MATSUZAWA. The Commissioner of Police will determine the amount of the reward and will, if necessary, apportion payment where there is more than one claimant. Immunity from prosecution shall be considered for any accomplice - not being the principal offender - who shall first give such information or evidence. This offer shall remain in force until the 31st of March 2007."