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Gardner-Webb University Police announced they would double the cash reward of $2500 previously offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the man who attacked and raped a young woman on Oct. 1 near the Lake Hollifield complex on the University campus. Officials say they are now offering $5,000 to the person who can shed light on the assault and they hope the offer of more money might compel someone with evidence pertinent to the case to come forward. On Tuesday, Oct. 1 around 9 p.m., a Gardner-Webb graduate reported she was walking on the path along Lake Hollifield when she was attacked from behind and raped.
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Office of University Communications, "GWU Police Announce Increase in Cash Reward for Sexual Assault Investigation" (2013). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 1570.