Crime Stoppers Needs Help With Cold Case (Reward)
Westchester County Crime Stoppers is hoping that you can help them crack a cold case. So much so that they are offering a 35-hundred-dollar reward for more information.
The case that they are needing help with is that of a Pleasantville volunteer firefighter Thomas Dorr, who was killed in Graham Hills Park nearly two decades ago. Dorr was a volunteer for 22 years. He was found slashed and beaten to death in the Westchester County park on Route 117 on January 7th, 1996. According to lohud.com, Dorr, who worked for the White Plains Department of Public Works, trudged to the park the day before during a blizzard to feed wild turkeys with his wife, Jane Sawyer Dorr, and stepson, Jeffrey Dorr.
Dorr remained in the park while his wife and stepson returned home. Dorr's snow-covered body was found the following day. Police initially named Jane Sawyer Dorr and Jeffrey Dorr as suspects (his wife and step-son), but no one has been arrested.
Tips can be made at 1-800-898-8477.