Fresh $500,000 reward for 50-year-old cold case | 9 News Australia

Fresh $500,000 reward for 50-year-old cold case | 9 news australia

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The twin sister of a Sydney teenager who went missing 50 years ago has made an emotional appeal for information into her disappearance as a $500,000 reward was announced.

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