£20,000 reward offered for information about the murder of Laura Marshall 1 year ago

£20,000 reward offered for information about the murder of Laura Marshall

"Laura deserves justice.”

A £20,000 (approximately €23,793) reward has been offered in exchange for information that could lead to a conviction in relation to the murder of Laura Marshall.


The 31-year-old was found dead in her apartment on Victoria Street in Lurgan in Armagh, and is believed to have been murdered sometime between 31 March and 3 April 2016.

CCTV footage and reconstructions of the investigation will air tonight at 11.05pm on BBC One as part of the Crime NI series.

“It is coming up to the anniversary of Laura’s murder, a 31-year-old woman with her whole life ahead of her," said Detective Superintendent Eamonn Corrigan, who appears on tonight’s show.

"She suffered an unimaginable death and my team are determined to bring her killer to justice.


“We are appealing for anyone who may have saw or heard any activity at Laura’s home in The Johnston Allen Building, 122 Victoria Street, Lurgan over 31 March-3 April 2016 to come forward to Police or anonymously via Crimestoppers.

“Somebody out there has the missing piece to the puzzle that we need. If you watch the programme you will understand the devastation of the family and what Laura had to go through in her final hours."

Corrigan said that those providing information would be doing so anonymously.

Laura Marshall’s family have released a joint statement, saying: “Laura was a bubbly girl with a great sense of humour and a heart of gold, she had her whole life ahead of her."


"It is now approaching the sixth anniversary of her death. We as a family are appealing to the public, that if anyone knows anything surrounding the circumstances of Laura’s death, no matter how insignificant they may think the information is, to contact Crimestoppers.

"Laura deserves justice.”

A full list of appeals featured on Crime NI can be found on the PSNI website.

If you have any information in relation to this case or others, you can reach out anonymously to Crimestoppers via their website, or by calling 0800 555 111.