FBI Offering $20,000 Reward For Information In Norton Cold Case

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NORTON, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — The FBI is offering a $20,000 reward for any information related to the whereabouts of a suspected killer in a 1981 Norton murder.

Officials are seeking information on Andrew Peter Dabs, who is accused of killing his girlfriend Robin Shea in 1981. The FBI said Dabbs allegedly shot his girlfriend as they were driving on state route 123 through Norton. Her body was found by another driver and Dabbs was never caught.

Dabbs was later indicted on a murder charge in Massachusetts and then given another charge for fleeing prosecution. Investigators said Dabbs went to Derry, New Hampshire after the crime to spend the night with his ex-wife and children. The next morning, Dabbs fled.

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He was spotted in New York two weeks after fleeing New Hampshire but has not been seen since. He would be around 78-years-old in 2021. They provided a sketch of what they think Dabbs might look like in 2021.

"We kind of have this blank timeline from two weeks after the incident to present," FBI Special Agent Sarah De Lair said in a statement. "And we're trying to find out where he's been this whole time."

Dabbs reportedly has connections to Colorado, Florida, Indiana, and Pennsylvania, according to the FBI. The FBI is asking anyone with information about the case to call 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324) or to visit tips.fbi.gov.

WBZ's Shari Small (@sharismallnews) reports.

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