Police, daughter turn to YouTube for clues in woman's death

GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, N.J. (WPVI) -- Police in Gloucester Township, New Jersey produced their own YouTube video as the search continues for clues in a woman's mysterious death.

59-year-old Carol Reiff was reported missing June 20th, 2013. Police found her body four days later near a maintenance building in her apartment complex.

Investigators are hoping their video, featuring Reiff's daughter, will help generate new leads.

Reiff's death is being treated as a criminal case, even though the case and manner of death are listed as 'pending.'

"She obviously was placed back there. We don't believe she walked back there on her own. So it's one of those things that leads us to believe it's suspicious at this point," said Camden County Det. John Hunsinger.

Detectives had to use dental records to identify Reiff after her body was found.

Her family has been pushing hard for answers. In the video Reiff's daughter, Dawn Centanni, appears with a plea for information.

"We strongly believe there is more information to be found out there," she says in the video.

"Our family has struggled for two years with this, trying to find some closure," she continues.

A $20,000 reward is still available in this case. Detectives say tipsters are eligible to receive $10,000 if an arrest is made, and an additional $10,000 if the person or persons responsible are convicted.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Camden County Prosecutor's Office Detective John Hunsinger at (856) 365-3239 or Gloucester Township Police Detective Mike Leach at (856) 374-5725.
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