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£20,000 reward for unsolved bag snatch murder of pensioner Molly Morgan

Police are offering a £20,000 reward for information about a murder ten years ago which has never been solved.

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81-year-old Molly Morgan died after being mugged in Harrow. Her attacker was after the contents of her handbag which only contained a carrier bag, an umbrella and an electrical cable.

She fell to the ground, hitting her head and died in hospital the following day.

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Mrs Morgan was an active and highly respected member of her local community and was killed for the worthless contents of her handbag; her family miss her dearly and cling to the hope that someone will now do the right thing and come forward as they continue to search for justice.

– Detective Superintendent Andy Partridge, Homicide and Major Crime Command
Molly Morgan entering Morrisons supermarket in Honeypot Lane, Queensbury Credit: Met Police

With the passage of time, people and loyalties change, and those who did not come forward at the time now have an opportunity to help solve this tragic case, search their conscience and do the right thing.

A substantial reward is available for information, this is a significant amount of money and this tragic anniversary is the right time to come forward.

– Detective Superintendent Andy Partridge, Homicide and Major Crime Command

Any witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact the incident room on 020 8358 0300.