Police offer reward in Sumner caseWritten by Kristen Criswell | | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Toledo Police Department released a statement Oct. 6 asking for help solving the murder of Cindy Sumner.
Sumner was reported missing on Aug. 6 by her family. On Sept. 17, her body was found in a warehouse at 1510 Elm Street.
The reported stated: “Cindy suffered from muscular dystrophy and multiple sclerosis as well having some cognitive disabilities. Cindy was known to frequently ride her bike. The bike is described as possibly a blue and white Huffy. The bike had a teddy bear and a red flower attached to the handle bars.”
The Toledo Police Department is offering an award of $5,000, in addition to any Crime Stopper award, to information leading to an arrest in the case. Anyone with information should call Crime Stopper at (419) 255-1111.