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Posted at 07:26 AM ET, 07/14/2011

Reward for info in Md. woman’s Georgia slaying

Authorities in Macon, Ga., are offering a reward of $12,000 for information leading to an arrest in the slaying of a recent law-school graduate from Maryland whose dismembered body was found outside her apartment building.

Macon Police Chief Mike Burns announced the reward Wednesday. No arrests have been made in the killing of 27-year-old Lauren Giddings since her body was discovered June 30. Police say some of her remains are still missing.

Giddings, of Laurel, graduated from Mercer University law school in May.

Late Tuesday police searched the apartment of her next-door neighbor, 25-year-old Stephen McDaniel. Police have identified him as one of several persons of interest in the case. McDaniel is jailed on unrelated burglary charges with a bond hearing scheduled Thursday.

By the Associated Press  |  07:26 AM ET, 07/14/2011

Categories:  Around the Nation, Homicide, Homicide

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