Record Breaking Reward Offered for Information About the Murder of Lee-Marion Cain

The government of Nova Scotia is offering a $250,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person who shot and killed 8-year-old Lee-Marion Cain.

MSN reports
The Nova Scotia government says it is offering its biggest reward in history of its unsolved crimes program for the death of North Preston's Lee-Marion Cain.
Cain was just eight years old when he was killed in a brazen shooting in Dartmouth on Dec. 21, 2021.
Now the province is offering $250,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individuals involved in the shooting. That amount is $100,000 more than the current maximum allowed for other cases.
Back in December, Halifax Regional Police said the child was in a vehicle with a 26-year-old man when shots were fired at their vehicle in the area of Windmill Road and Waddell Avenue.
The shooting happened at 4 p.m., in the busy commercial and industrial area. Police said the suspects were described as two Black men driving a burgundy SUV, possibly a Chevrolet, with tinted windows.
Lee-Marion died in hospital from his injuries, while the man was treated for non life-threatening injuries.
The boy was a Grade 3 student at Nelson Whynder Elementary School, and had already made a huge impression on his tight-knit community of North Preston.


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