Reward Increases as Search for Lauren Spierer Continues
02 Mar, 2012
By Diana Marszalek
Hard to believe nine months have passed since Edgemont’s Lauren Spierer disappeared after a night out with friends in Bloomington, Indiana. Police have made little progress. Rob and Charlene Spierer continue working to find answers about what happened to their daughter, who has been missing since June 3, now upping the reward for information leading to her whereabouts.
“We continue to seek information, which will lead us to finding Lauren and the circumstances surrounding her disappearance,” the Spierers write on the website, findlauren.com, in announcing the reward’s increase to $250,000.
The Indiana University student’s 21st birthday was Jan. 17.
We reported just days after Lauren went missing that Bloomington Police suspected foul play. Yet a subsequent search of an Indiana landfill and the ongoing investigation have revealed little new information.
“We remain dedicated to finding our daughter,” the Spierers write. “We offer sincere thanks for any information you can provide.”
Lauren’s parents say that 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.
Poster from findlauren.com