$20K for Unsolved Case of Soldier’s Dead Wife
August 5, 2018 | Brainwave Science
Federal authorities including the United States Army CID and the FBI are now offering $20,000 for information leading to the killer’s arrest and conviction of soldier’s wife, who was found dead in her home on a Georgia military base. The case is still unsolved.
Abree Boykin’s body was found late on July 10 at her residence at Fort Stewart during a military police welfare check first reported by her family, according to the Army Times.
Her husband, who was serving overseas, in South Korea, had grown concerned when she missed their daily call early that morning and then contacted her relatives, local TV station WSAV reports.
Investigators believe Boykin, 24, may have known her assailant. They have described her slaying as an “isolated incident” and said that community “residents should have no heightened concerns about their safety or security.” It’s unclear how Boykin died. The reward in her case was announced on Monday by the Army Criminal Investigation Command and the FBI. Authorities are also searching for Boykin’s Black 2018 Honda Accord, which was missing when she was found dead. Her vehicle has Georgia license plate RLQ1762.
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