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    Exclamation Canada - Orangeville/Toronto-Cal Millar to speak locally on unsolved crimes

    Retired Toronto Star reporter Cal Millar will be at Gateway next Wednesday, November 16, at a free workshop focusing on unsolved mysteries and Crime Stoppers.
    The workshop at St. Mark’s Anglican Church, 5 First Ave., Orangeville, is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. and is open to the public.
    Mr. Millar is a bestselling author who has written two books. The first, Find My Killer – Crime Stoppers: Unsolved Homicides, highlights more than 250 cases of unsolved murders across North America.

    The second book, released in September, is titled I’m Missing – Please Find Me. This second book in a series of Crime Stopper appeals focuses on missing people and their families. Upwards of 350 cases from North America were randomly selected for that book.
    “Both books have an element of Crime Stoppers in them, basically they’re Crime Stopper appeals, asking people if they have information that will solve these cases,” said Mr. Millar. “I don’t have any (cases) from Orangeville itself but there are quite a few from Ontario, both unsolved murders and missing people, so there will be some general interest.
    http://www.citizen.on.ca/news/2011-1...ed_crimes.html

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    Info on Cal Miller - Author
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    Highlighted in this book are more than 250 unsolved murder cases from across North America with rewards totalling some $5.5 million. Investigators are hoping people will have information that will help solve some of these cases which are on the files of police agencies and Crime Stoppers units in the United States and Canada. These victims and their families require justice and are hoping those who know who is responsible will come forward and identify the killers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Patience View Post

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    “Both books have an element of Crime Stoppers in them, basically they’re Crime Stopper appeals, asking people if they have information that will solve these cases,” said Mr. Millar. “I don’t have any (cases) from Orangeville itself but there are quite a few from Ontario, both unsolved murders and missing people, so there will be some general interest.
    http://www.citizen.on.ca/news/2011-1...ed_crimes.html



    If he don't have any cases from Orangeville itself then what would Sonia's case be classified as...



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