Vigil held to remember murdered Pleasantville firefighter Tom Dorr

PLEASANTVILLE - A candlelight vigil was held Monday night to mark the 18th anniversary of the unsolved murder of a Pleasantville firefighter.

Friends and family gathered at Graham Hills Park in Pleasantville to remember Tom Dorr.

In 1996, Dorr went out in the snow to feed wild turkeys near his Pleasantville home. His bludgeoned body was found the next day.

Last week, New York Crime Stoppers announced it's offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction of Dorr's killer.

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