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Reward offered for killerís info


The Carole Sund/Carrington Memorial Reward Foundation is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the death of Johnia Berry.

An anonymous source has also added another $5,000 to the reward fund for a total of $10,000.

The 21-year-old wo-man was found stabbed to death outside her apartment in West Knox County Dec. 6.

Carole and Juli Sund and Silvina Pelosso were the three women sightseers who were missing and later found murdered near Yosemite National Park in February 1999.

While they were missing, Carole Sundís parents, Francis and Carole Carrington, at the request of the FBI, posted rewards both for their safe return and for information leading to the whereabouts of their rental car.

The Carringtons believe that the posting of these rewards and the media attention they received contributed to the car being located and provided the first break in the case.

They were thankful that they had the financial means to offer these rewards and they started the Carole Sund/

Carrington Memorial Reward Foundation, which was established to assist families such as the family of Johnia Berry.

As a result of the foundationís reward money, suspects are in custody in five states. To date, the foundation has paid a total of $165,500 in reward to citizens who came forward to provide information in these cases.

The Knox County Sheriffís Office continues to investigate the death of Johnia Berry.

If you have any information, call the Sheriffís Office at 865-215-2243.

 

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