The family of a murdered pensioner from Northamptonshire have offered a ten thousand pound reward for information about his killer.
76-year-old Hungarian Karoly Varga, known as 'Charlie', was found dead last year after being struck a number of times with an axe-like weapon.
Detectives believe he may have known his killer, which his family say makes it even more difficult for them to accept.
His family says their lives have been torn apart by his murder.
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