Governor Offers Reward In Retired Librarian's Homicide

Kate Ragsdale

Governor Robert Bentley is offering a $5,000 reward for any information that leads to the arrest and conviction in the killing of 73-year-old Kate Ragsdale.

Ragsdale was found dead inside her home on Sunday, February 24, 2013. Her friends say they became concerned after they had not seen her for a few days and newspapers were piling up on her doorsteps.

Governor Bentley is urging anyone with information to come forward.{} "The Tuscaloosa Police Department is working hard to solve this brutal crime," Governor Robert Bentley said.{} "Someone may have seen or heard something that could be the tip detectives need.{} I hope this reward will encourage people to come forward and provide the information that will help bring Ms. Ragsdale's killer to justice."You can leave an anonymous tip by calling Tuscaloosa Crime Stoppers at (205) 752-STOP (7867).

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