Peel Police are offering a huge reward for helpful information about the murder of a 24-year-old woman.\nJackline Keji Gore was shot and killed outside of Fume Bar and Lounge in Mississauga on July 8, 2019, after a gunman opened fire on another man.\nEditor's Choice: You Can Now Get $400 For Each Kid You Have In School From Ontario's COVID-19 Child Benefit\n\nJackline Gore’s life was taken away & we won't rest until perpetrators are found. Our appeal for witnesses: $25K reward for info leading to an arrest & conviction of persons responsible. Call our tip line 905-565-5727 or @PeelCrimeStopp 1-800-222-TIPSREAD https://t.co/rlZEvjv3xy pic.twitter.com/2YndsSpKBv— Chief Nishan Duraiappah (@ChiefNish) March 25, 2021\n\n"Following the party, Jackline was in the parking lot making arrangements to get home when gun fire broke out," police stated. "Jackline was tragically struck by a stray bullet and was killed instantly."\nAlmost two years later, Peel Police are offering a $25,000 reward for information about Gore's death that leads to the arrest and conviction of those responsible, and have also set up a designated tip line at 905-565-5727.\n"Jackline's family will not receive the closure they need until justice is served," said James Swaka, Jackline's uncle, in a video posted by Peel Police.