Reward doubled in hunt for killer
AN IPSWICH businessman has tonight doubled the reward on offer to help catch the killer of three Ipswich prostitutes to £50,000.
AN IPSWICH businessman has tonight doubled the reward on offer to help catch the killer of three Ipswich prostitutes whose naked bodies have been found dumped in rivers and woodland.
Graeme Kalbraier, managing director of Call Connection, has upped the bounty on offer to £50,000 after offering £25,000 earlier today in an effort to get the killer off the streets as soon as possible.
Mr Kalbraier said: "I have a teenage daughter aged 17, I also have an Ipswich workforce of 300, many of whom are girls in their teens and early 20s.
"I want this killer off the streets. Ipswich is a wonderful town and I hope this reward will help the police capture the depraved person who has carried out these terrible crimes.
"I urge anyone who has got the slightest suspicion, however small, to contact the police as soon as possible."
He said he and his staff were still struggling to come to terms with the developing situation.
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"It almost seems unbelievable and I began to think this is not really happening.
"I want the Ipswich community to band together and get this person caught."