Camden County Prosecutor Warren W. Faulk and Gloucester Township Police Chief Harry Earle oversaw a canvas at the Lakeview Apartments in Gloucester Township Monday to search for new evidence in the case of a woman who died under suspicious circumstances last summer.

More than 30 officers and Camden County Prosecutor’s Office detectives scoured the woods near the Lakeview Apartments on Lower Landing Road, searching for evidence that may have been missed when Carol Reiff’s body was found in that area on June 24, 2013. At the time of her death the area was overgrown with brush, but winter’s cold has cleared it and police were hopeful the change in conditions would make it easier to spot potential evidence.

Reiff’s cause of death remains undetermined, but the Prosecutor’s Office is treating the investigation as a homicide case. Reiff was last heard from the night of June 20, 2013. The case is an active investigation and investigators continue to pursue leads.

A $20,000 reward is still available for information leading to resolution in the case. Tipsters are eligible to receive $10,000 if an arrest is made, and an additional $10,000 if the person is convicted.

Anyone with information is urged to contact CCPO Detective Chuck Farrell at  (856) 225-8500 or

Gloucester Twp. Police Detective Bill Westphal at (856) 228-4500. Anonymous tips are accepted by the Citizens Crime Commission: (215) 546-TIPS or the GTPD Anonymous Crime Tip Line: 856-842-5560.

Information may also be emailed to