OPP still investigating 2006 homicide of Larry Strangway
The OPP continues to seek public assistance to solve the homicide of Larry Strangway.
The 41-year-old was found shot dead in his Harrow home May 17, 2006.
The OPP and the Government of Ontario are offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the death of Strangway.
The investigation has been active for eight years and continues to be investigated by members of the Essex County OPP Criminal Investigation Unit.
No one has ever been arrested.
“I believe that someone in this community has the information that could help bring those responsible for this murder to justice,” said Det. Insp. Chris Avery. “Anyone with information concerning the activities of Mr. Strangway or his known associates is asked to please contact police.
"Even the smallest detail could be the crucial piece that helps our investigators solve this murder.”