Another unsolved murder was added to the provincial reward program on Thursday.

Up to $150,000 will be paid out for information leading to the conviction of the person responsible for the murder of Rachel Joy MacQuarrie.

The 32-yearold Dartmouth woman was last seen on Sept. 25, 1997. Her family reported her missing on Oct. 8. It remained a missing person case for five years.

Then on June 13, 2002, a construction worker twinning highway 101 between Mount Uniacke and Windsor found her skeletal remains.

“I implore anyone with information related to this homicide case to please come forward,” said Justice Minister Ross Landry in a statement Thursday.

“We want to see criminals brought to justice and help bring some closure to the family of the late Ms. MacQuarrie.”

Provincial RCMP spokeswoman Const. Meredith Darrah said they submitted this case for a reward because its been several years and they want to remind the public of the details.

“The rewards program is good incentive for people to come forward with new information they may have thought wasn’t helpful but may in fact be helpful in solving this case,” she said.

“Sometimes it just takes one piece of information and this is a great platform for us to possibly get that information we need.”

Sixty unsolved cases are up for a reward in this program, none of them have been solved. Anyone with information is asked to call 1-888-710-9090.

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