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Killer of jogging MassMutual executive has bounty placed on head

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(Bloomberg) — Police announced a $40,000 reward in their search for the killer who left a Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. executive dead on the side of a Connecticut road last year.

An anonymous donor committed the funds, Simsbury police said in a statement Thursday.

Melissa Millan, 54, was found on Nov. 20 with a stab wound in her chest. She was in running clothes near a jogging path.

Simsbury police have “some physical evidence from the crime scene that will help us to identify the person or persons responsible for her death,” Chief Peter N. Ingvertsen said in the statement.

Millan was senior vice president of retirement services and part of a 39-person senior management team at the Springfield, Massachusetts-based insurer, according to the company’s 2013 annual report. She led a group selling coverage through workplaces and joined in 2001 as vice president of disability income risk management, according to a MassMutual spokesman.

The reward will be paid for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the individual or people responsible for the crime, police said.