TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A Terre Haute family is still searching for answers after their daughter was murdered years ago.
In 2003 in Vigo County, Jamie Gillie, 3-years-old at the time, died of blunt force trauma to her stomach.
After Police investigation, it was ruled as a homicide case; however, no arrests were made in connection with the case.
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Now, the family is raising money, hoping to offer a reward to anyone who has information regarding their daughter's murder, or any suspects involved in the act.
They have donation cans set up at local businesses for anyone who would like to contribute to their cause.
The donation locations are all in Terre Haute:
- Thorntons Food Mart at 3 rd and Voorhees streets
- Thorntons Food Mart on South Hwy 41
- Thorntons Food Mart on S.R. 46
- Pages Market at 2600 Lafayette Ave.
- Family Video at 2503 Fort Harrison Rd.
- Family Video at 1101 S. 25 th St.
- ANY First Financial Bank locations
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