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Crimestoppers response in cold case investigation

Police have fielded a number of calls to Crimestoppers overnight, after increasing the reward on offer for information into the cold case murder of Kalgoorlie woman Lisa Govan.

The 28 year old was last seen alive near Kalgoorlie’s Foundry Hotel in 1999.

Police yesterday raided two properties in Kalgoorlie which are linked to bikies, and increased the reward to $250,000.

Lisa’s dad, Ian, spoke on Mornings with Gareth Parker, about the family’s desperate desire to know what happened to his daughter.

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