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Mauritian Lawyer Claims "Hefty" Cash Reward Needed To Solve Murder Of Michaela McAreavey On The Island In 2011

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No one has ever been found guilty

A Mauritian lawyer claims a "hefty" cash reward is needed, in the attempt to solve the murder of Michaela McAreavey.

The Tyrone school teacher was killed while on honeymoon on the holiday island of Mauritius, in 2011.

No one has ever been convicted of the 27-year-old's murder.

Two hotel employees were tried for the murder in 2012, but were found not guilty.

Former attorney general of Mauritius, Rama Valayden, says a fresh review at the case is needed:

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