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Police Offer $1 Million Reward For Help In Solving 21-Year-Old Cold Case

Police have put up a $1 million reward for help in solving a 21-year-old cold case on the Gold Coast. 

The reward has been offered in relation to the disappearance and suspected slaying of Currumbin local Iain Stewart Hogg and the murder of Mt Nathan man Frederick Hugh Rosson in 2002. 

Police believe that the crimes were related. 

While police have confirmed that the men were not known to each other, they suspect the crimes were committed by the same people. 

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Both men are not believed to have been linked to any kind of criminal activity. 

According to investigators, 45-year-old Mr Hogg disappeared on March 11, 2002. 

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His red Toyota Celica was last spotted in Tweed Heads at a carpark on Coral Street. 

Witnesses who saw the car also told police they had seen a flash of light and heard gunfire at the time his car was last seen. 

Mr Rosson, 67-years-old, was shot and killed only days later on March 14, 2002, after meeting with two men at his Mount Nathan home to purchase a gun he has advertised. 

A red Toyota Celica was also spotted at the address and was later found abandoned in Pam Beach a week later. 

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