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Spierers Increase Reward For Information To $250,000

Lauren Spierer went missing June 3 in Bloomington, Ind.

The parents of missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer have boosted the reward for information that will help them find her to $250,000. A posting to says the action is the result of “an extremely generous donation.” Rob and Charlene Spierer say they “remain dedicated to finding our daughter.” She disappeared in June of last year.

The Bloomington Police Department released a statement Friday saying they were aware of the reward and “continues to actively investigate the case.”

Indiana Public Media News’ Gretchen Frazee contributed to this report.

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