• Reward increased to $20K for information on 2007 Derry Twp. homicide

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    DERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Police announced Wednesday that a $20,000 reward is being offered for information of a 2007 homicide in Westmoreland County.

    Samantha Lang, 22, was found with her throat slashed inside a Derry Township home in March 2007.

    Authorities investigated, but no arrests have been made and detectives are looking for new leads.

    According to State Trooper Steve Limani, a confidential source recently offered to increase the reward from $5,000 to $20,000.

    The source of the offer agreed to make it available for 90 days, Limani said.

    Anyone with information on Lang’s death is asked to contact police.

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