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July 8, 2015

DAILYKENN.com -- The family of honor student Monique Marlowe announced this week they are offering $100,000 for information that could help identify the black male who killed the 25-year-old woman.

Marlowe was shot while working at a Hertz Rent-A-Car in Duluth, Minnesota. She was vacuuming a car at the time she was attacked.

She died shortly after being rushed to a local hospital, but managed to tell authorities the assailant was an unknown black male.

The crime occurred Sept. 21, 2012.

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Without a credible lead in quite some time, Gwinnett County police and the family of a woman shot outside a Hertz Rent-A-Car location in Duluth have stepped up efforts to gather information in the unsolved murder case.

Police announced on Tuesday that the family of Monique Marlowe has added $50,000 to take the total reward to $100,000 for any information that could help identify the suspect in the incident that happened on Sept. 21, 2012. Hertz Rent-A-Car initially offered $25,000, and about a year after the shooting increased its reward to $50,000.

“I got to thinking that I’m an older guy and I would certainly like to see the person apprehended and punished,” Dan Marlowe, Monique’s father said Tuesday of something that’s on his mind constantly. “I can’t let it go like it never happened. … She was a good girl, couldn’t ask for anything better.”

The family’s reward is only available to someone who gives credible information within 90 days.

“We’ve had a lot of luck and success with the media’s help,” police spokeswoman Cpl. Michele Pihera said. “Our media releases are capturing a lot of people, and we’re hoping to keep that streak going.”

Pihera said it’s possible that as time has passed the suspect has become lax with the information, possibly has been arrested and shared information with a cell mate. The suspect may also be deceased or have fled the area, Pihera said.

“It’s hard to keep information such as this private, and if he’s told someone and (we hope) someone will see this as doing the right thing, with a bonus,” Pihera said.

Dan retired when Monique was in the first grade and said their relationship was one that was very close. Monique was involved with swimming, tennis and music, especially the bassoon. But toward the end of her college career, she pursued international business and traveled to Costa Rica, Spain, France, Italy and Germany.

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  1. I'd offer a bonus if I were Dad were they to take the contract on this negro's worthless life and bring his head to me.