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Police Believe New York Socialite Was Murdered In Her Home

The killing has shocked the small town of North Salem, New York, which hasn't seen a murder in four years.

By Ben Lawson | November 12, 2015

Officials say a prominent New York socialite was killed in her home earlier this week.

Eighty-three-year-old Lois Colley lived in North Salem, New York, with her husband Eugene Colley, the millionaire owner of more than 100 McDonald's franchises.

"Who goes to a house where there was no robbery, no money missing, nothing else, and they murder this poor woman?" one resident said.

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Residents told WCBS Lois Colley's death shocked the small town, which hasn't seen a murder in four years.

Police say Colley died of blunt force trauma to the head. There is no motive or suspect in the case yet, but a reward is being offered for anyone with information about the killing.

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