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Connecticut State Police Patch STATE OF CONNECTICUT
Department of Public Safety
1111 Country Club Road
Middletown, Connecticut 06457
 
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Feb. 11th, 2009

$50,000 Reward

Being Offered from Homicide Investigation, Norwich 2004

     On Friday May 14, 2004 at approximately 11 p.m.  Dr. Eugene MALLOVE was discovered dead in the driveway of #119 Salem Turnpike (Route 82) in Norwich, CT. His death was ruled a Homicide.

     The Norwich Police Department, New London State’s Attorney’s Office and The Connecticut State Police Eastern District Major Crime Squad formed the Mallove Homicide Task Force which has been actively working all leads and information in this homicide investigation.  Some credible information has been uncovered by investigators but additional facts and leads are needed to move this case forward. 

     A request for reward money assistance was submitted to the Office of the Governor. The Office of the Governor has authorized a $50,000 reward to assist in solving this investigation. The $50,000.00 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the murder of Dr. Eugene Mallove.

      Anyone with information about this crime can contact:

the Mallove Homicide Task Force at 860) 886-5561 ext 600

or the Connecticut State Police at (860) 848-6500 ext 5110

                                                         Dr. Eugene Mallove  Dr. Eugene Mallove

                                                       

The State Police always rely on the public for help in solving criminal cases.  If you have witnessed a crime or if you have information that might help detectives solve a case, we would like to hear from you.   If you can help the CT State Police solve a crime, please call our 24 hour line (860) 685-8190, or our toll free line at 800-842-0200 (in-state only).  Or if you choose you can Text a Tip-

HOW?
by using your cell phone you can
(anonymously) text a message with a tip or information to the CT State Police.


Text "TIP711 plus your message" to CRIMES (274637)


This is a system set up for the public to send tips via text messaging to the police text messaging to the police anonymously.


THIS IS NOT TO BE USED TO INITIALLY REPORT A CRIME
OR
TO REPORT EMERGENCIES
CALL 911

Lt. J. Paul Vance, Connecticut State Police