It was a Friday evening on May 8, 1981, when Tammy Mahoney was picked up while hitchhiking in the city of Oneida, New York near the intersection of Main Street and Fairview Avenue. The nineteen year old had been trying to get a ride to Hamilton, but she was taken to a party on the Oneida Native American Nation’s 32-acre territory located on Route 46. Law Enforcement believes she was sexually assaulted and murdered there by several people. It is believed that those guilty may be members of the Oneida tribe and members of the Onondaga tribe. Mahoney’s remains has never been located but Law Enforcement have stated that they believe they know who killed her and plan to make an arrest when more evidence is found. The reward has been boosted to 40 thousand dollars. The FBI, the Oneida Indian Nation are contributing to the reward for information that leads to a resolution in this case.
If you have information about this missing person/murder case, please call the Oneida City Police Department at (315) 363-2323. You can remain anonymous.
For more information please read the article at https://nypost.com/2019/04/18/police-offer-40k-reward-for-help-solving-upstate-cold-case/