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.
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