Spierer family increases reward to $250K in disappearance case

In a statement, the family said they have increased the reward to $250,000, in hopes someone with information will lead them to their daughter.

Bloomington, Ind.

The family of missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer has increased the reward in her disappearance case Friday.

In a statement, the family said the reward is now $250,000, in hopes someone with information will help lead them to their daughter. 

Lauren was last seen in the early morning hours of June 3, 2011 walking in Bloomington after a night out partying with her friends.

The Spierer family has worked tirelessly to find Lauren and to uncover new information surrounding their daughter’s disappearance. Bloomington police have named several persons of interests in the case, but there are no named suspects.

If anyone has any information regarding Lauren’s disappearance, please contact Beau Dietl Associates at 1-800-777-9633 or the Bloomington Police Department at (812) 339-4477. 

The following is the family’s statement in its entirety:

Our daughter Lauren Spierer, an Indiana University student, disappeared June 3, 2011 in Bloomington, IN.  We continue to seek information, which will lead us to finding Lauren and the circumstances surrounding her disappearance.  As a result of an extremely generous donation, the reward has been increased to $250,000.00.  Anyone with information, that leads us to our daughter, will be eligible to receive the reward.  You may contact Beau Dietl Associates at 1.800.777.9366, www.investigations.com or the Bloomington Police Department at (812)339-4477.
All information submitted that has a direct impact relative to finding Lauren will be evaluated.  Information that is deemed credible and helps result in the resolution of this case will be awarded to the appropriate individuals from the total reward amount of $250,000.00.
We remain dedicated to finding our daughter.   For more information about Lauren you can visit www.findlauren.com.  We offer our sincere thanks for any information you can provide. 

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