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Tuesday, May 04, 2010

New $50K reward in Kopetsky case


It's been three years since Belton teen Kara Kopetsky disappeared, and the FBI and Belton police have announced a $50,000 reward for information in her case. (That's on top of the $30,000 reward already being offered.)

Today through Thursday, they're going to man a 24-hour command post to take tips from the public. Anyone with information is asked to call the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-TIPS (474-8477), the Belton Police Department at (816) 331-3500 or the FBI at (816) 512-8200.

Here's a site dedicated to finding Kopetsky.

About a month ago, police searched a field near U.S. 71 and 155th Street in connection with Kara's case, but they reported no discoveries.

One of the best articles about Kopetsky's disappearance was written by Lisa Gutierrez, and it's available here as a Word document.

CNN had a recent report about the disappearance here.


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