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Provincial police are hoping a cash reward will help solve a case surrounding the disappearance of a London woman in 1994.

This weekend marks 26 years since Sonya Cywink‘s remains were found at the Southwold Earthworks National Historic Site of Canada, near Iona, in Elgin County. The Earthworks is a piece of property southwest of London containing the archaeological remains of a village originally inhabited by the Attiwandaron, also known as the Neutral Iroquois.

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