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Reward offered in stabbing death of Concord woman

CONCORD ó The family of a Concord woman who was found stabbed to death on July 3 is offering a $1,000 reward to find her killer.
Police found the body of Nancy Reynolds Allen, 57, in her Lake Concord Road apartment after neighbors reported she had not been seen or heard from in days.
Her car, a white Toyota Corolla, was found in the parking lot of Carolina Mall between Belk and the food court entrance. Police say the vehicle may have been parked there since June 19.
Allenís family is offering the $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for her death. Allen lived at 140-A2 Lake Concord Road NE.
Police are seeking help from the public in establishing the date the victimís vehicle was parked at the Carolina Mall.
Anyone with information can talk to an investigator by calling 704-920-5000.
Or they can contact Cabarrus Crime Stoppers, where a person can call with information and remain anonymous. That number is 704-93CRIME (704-932-7463).

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