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Calls For Justice on the Anniversary of the Homicide of Thomas Dorr (NYSCS Case 2014-3)

January 7, 2014

On January 7th, 1996, Thomas Dorr, a volunteer firefighter in Pleasantville, NY was walking into the woods in the Graham Hills Park adjacent to his residence on Pollywiggle Road with his wife and sonto feed the wild turkeys due a recent storm. After feeding the turkeys he was going to the local Pleasantville Firehouse for stand-by duty. His wife and son returned home, leaving Thomas Dorr alone to feed the turkeys.

Thomas Dorr never made it to the firehouse and never returned home either. The firefighters began a search for him the following day. On January 8th, members of the Pleasantville Fire Department discovered the snow covered body of Thomas Dorr who had been murdered. His wallet and keys had never been recovered.

The murder of Thomas Dorr has never been solved and on this anniversary of his death any information that may help solve his murder is been sought by NYS Crime Stoppers in cooperation with the Westchester County Police.

A reward of up to $2,500 is being offered for any information that may directly lead to the arrest and conviction of the responsible party’s in the crime. Anyone with information is asked to call the Crime Stoppers hotline 1-866-313-TIPS or to download the New York State Crime Stoppers Mobile App to their iPhone, Android phone or Blackberry and provide their information about this case. Caller can remain anonymous if the call the hotline or download the App. Their phone will not be traceable through the app or hotline.

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