Sydney - Two decades after the manager of Australian hard rock band AC/DC was killed, police have offered a $100 000 reward for information that could help solve the case, reports said on Wednesday.
Crispin Dye died two days after he was beaten and robbed in Sydney in December 1993.
The New South Wales state government put forward the reward, media reported.
Dye managed AC/DC for seven years and is credited with helping the band achieve world fame.
“There are people out there who know those responsible for Mr Dye's death and we're hoping this reward may prompt them to get in touch with police,” Mick Willing, NSW police homicide commander, told reporters.
AC/DC was formed by brothers Malcolm, Angus and George Young in Sydney in the early 1970s. Their hits include Thunderstruck, Highway To Hell and TNT. - Sapa-dpa