By a County Press reporter
Monday, March 4, 2013
POLICE investigating the possible murder of an Isle of Wight teenager have said no new lines of inquiry have been identified in the five months since they put up a £20,000 reward.
With just one month left before the deadline for the reward on information in the Damien Nettles case expires, police said the information they had received since launching the reward had either come from unreliable sources or was inaccurate.
Senior investigating officer Supt Dave Powell said however, their commitment remained unwavering and undiminished.
Damien disappeared after a night out in Cowes in November 1996 and although eight people have been arrested in connection with his disappearance and suspected murder, all have been released without charge.
Anyone with information can contact Hampshire Constabulary by phoning 101 or emailing email@example.com
Full terms and conditions of the £20,000 reward can be requested by phoning police on 101 or online to www.hampshire.police.uk
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