Hoping to bring a missing La Cresenta woman home before she turns 21, her family is offering a $250,000 reward to anyone with information concerning her whereabouts.
Missing since Jan. 28, friends and family of 20-year-old Elaine Park hope the reward will compel someone to come forward with information about her disappearance sooner rather than later. The reward was announced during a press conference Tuesday morning in Los Angeles.
“We firmly believe that Elaine did not commit suicide, and she’s not a runaway,” said Jayden Brant, a private investigator hired by the family, during the press conference. “It’s our strong contention that Elaine Park is an involuntary missing person and that foul play is involved in her disappearance.”
Brant said more information is needed to fill in gaps surrounding her disappearance. He also said the reward’s donors placed a stipulation on the money.
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