Murder victim Greggette Guy's family is offering a $10,000 reward for tips leading to her killer's capture. Guy was found floating in the Puget Sound off Beach Drive S.W. in West Seattle on March 12.
$10,000 reward offered from Beach Drive murder victim’s family
The family of slain 51-year-old Greggette Guy is offering a $10,000 reward, on top of Crime Stoppers $1,000, in hopes of bringing her killer to justice, according to Seattle Police.
Guy was found floating in the Sound near Cormorant Cove Park on March 12 after leaving her Kent home on the evening of March 11 to take a walk along Beach Drive S.W.
SPD said suspect(s) remain at large and homicide detectives have been pursuing a number of leads in the case.
Q13 Fox's David Rose spoke with Guy’s widower Dwight Guy for “Washington’s Most Wanted” (part of the interview can be seen at their website), the first time he has spoken publically about the tragedy.
Dwight told Rose his wife often went for walks along Beach Dr. S.W. and especially enjoyed being near the Sound during stormy weather. He said he drove to the area and searched for her the night of her disappearance before calling police to report her missing.
Anyone with information in encouraged to call 911, the Seattle Police Homicide Tip Line at 206-233-5000, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS