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Families Offer $10K For Information On Deaths of Loved Ones

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Authorities still have no leads in the February deaths of two Greenup County residents. Now their families are hoping a hefty reward will bring more clues in the case.

21-year-old Pam Wills and 45-year-old Jeffrey Long were found dead in Long's burned out trailer on Leatherwood Road. Wills was last seen on February 23rd heading to Long's place. They were reportedly good friends but were not involved romantically.

The state fire marshal declared the fire as arson but the Greenup County Sheriff's Department has yet to make that determination and therefore, can not rule the deaths as homicides.

"We feel there's people who know about it," said Wills' father Tim Grizzle at a recent press conference.

Long's sister Pam Bryant says she believes someone who knew her brother and Wills killed them both.

If you have any information on the case, you're asked to contact the Greenup Sheriff's Department at (606) 473-7037. The after-hours number is (606) 473-1411.


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