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Reward increases to $100,000 for information on killing of car rental worker near Atlanta

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DULUTH, Georgia — Relatives of a Hertz Rent-a-Car employee gunned down at her suburban Atlanta job site have increased the reward for leads in the case to $100,000.

Authorities say 25-year-old Monique Marlow was cleaning out a car at the business in Duluth when she was shot in September 2012.

Police on Tuesday announced that Marlow's family had come up with an extra $50,000 to add to the $50,000 reward Hertz is offering.

Marlow's relatives say they believe one key to finding the killer could be a missing sliver necklace Marlowe often wore. The necklace includes a mouse ear pendant.

Marlow was a 2009 University of Georgia graduate.

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