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$100,000 reward announced following 2005 death of Singleton toddler

The New South Wales Government has announced a $100,000 reward for information relating to the death of a toddler in the Hunter region.

Jordan William Thompson, aged 21 months, was rushed to Singleton Base Hospital on Thursday 19 March 2005, after he was found unresponsive in his home.

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A post mortem revealed the toddler had ingested a lethal dose of a prescribed anti-depressant medication.

His death is being treated as suspicious and police hope the reward will encourage someone with information to come forward.

So anyone who has any information about the death of the toddler can contact with nsw police or today to the following place:

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WHEN: 11am TODAY (Monday 19 October 2015)

WHERE: Singleton Council Chambers – Committee Room

Cnr Queen and Civic Streets

SINGLETON

WHO: Detective Superintendent Mick Willing

Homicide Squad Commander

Ms Bernice Swales

Mother of Jordan Thompson

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