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Reward Offered in Murder Case

Hannah Truelove, a Gainesville High School student, was found murdered behind Lake Lanier Club Apartments last August.

Governor Nathan Deal has signed an executive order authorizing a $1,000 reward for the identification, arrest, and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the death of Hannah Truelove.

Truelove, a Gainesville High School student, was found murdered behind Lake Lanier Club Apartments, where she lived with her mother, on Aug. 24, 2012. A resident discovered her body in a heavily wooded area between the apartment complex and Lake Lanier.

Truelove had been stabbed multiple times.

The Hall County Sheriff’s Office and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation are announcing that Governor Nathan Deal has signed an executive order authorizing a $1,000 reward for the identification, arrest, and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the death of Hannah Truelove.

In January the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and nearby Hall County Sheriff’s Office renewed their request for the public assistance in the Hannah Truelove murder investigation.

In addition to any information available, investigators are still specifically looking for a late 1990’s to early 2000’s four‐door passenger car (possibly a Chevrolet or Dodge product) that may have been in the area of Lake Lanier Club Apartments during the evening hours of August 23, 2012.

According to authorities, the car is light silver in color, with substantial front-end damage and a driver’s door that is either white or a lighter shade of silver. Investigators believe the occupants of the vehicle may have important information that will aid in the investigation.

Anyone with any information about the case or information regarding this vehicle is asked to call he Hall County CID (Criminal Investigation Division) tip line at 770‐503‐3232, or the GBI tip line at 800‐597‐8477. Tips may also by submitted online.

This case remains under investigation by the Hall County Sheriff’s Office, CID and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

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