A $25,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect in the case of a former-Utah woman found murdered last week.
Malinda Godfrey Gibbons, 22, was found dead about 6:10 p.m. on July 18. Police said the woman was bound and gagged and was stabbed once in the upper left chest.Gibbons is a native of Harrisville, Weber County, and had moved to Costa Mesa with her husband in late June. The couple had just moved to the apartment where she was found murdered during the weekend preceding her death.
Lt. Rick Johnson said police still have no concrete leads or a suspect in the slaying despite, spending hundreds of hours on the investigation. He said police continue to evaluate evidence and review the case but have found nothing solid to pursue.
Johnson said the reward is being offered by a private group requesting anonymity. He said the police are not involved in the offer.