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Reward doubled for information about Kauai woman's killing

By Associated Press


An anonymous donation has doubled the reward for information in the death of Amber Jackson, a Kauai woman who was found murdered about two years ago. 

The Garden Island newspaper reported Monday the individual donor increased the reward to $20,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of her killer. 

The 57-year-old Riverside, Calif., native had been living on Kauai for about 10 years when her body was discovered in a remote, wooded area of the island by a pig hunter in 2010. She had previously been reported as a missing person. An autopsy determined the Hawaii State Teachers Association employee was a victim of an assault.  

Kauai police said the investigation continues.

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