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Reward offered for information into 1981 disappearance of Slatington man

Lehigh Valley Crime Stoppers has offered a $2,000 reward for information into the suspicious disappearance of Ryan Jan Kemp of Slatington almost 36 years ago.

Kemp, who was renting a home in Germansville, was last seen eating lunch on Sept. 15, 1981 at the King’s IGA supermarket on Route 873 in Schnecksville, state police said. His car was found two days later in the parking lot of the former Ale Haus tavern on Route 309 in Schnecksville.

Under a petition from his mother, Kemp was declared dead in 1989. State police have always suspected foul play in his disappearance.

Kemp was 30 when he went missing, had a mustache at the time and was supposed to wear eyeglasses or contacts. Additional information on Kemp’s case can be found on the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System website at www.findthemissing.org, case number 9151.

$250K reward offered in missing La Crescenta woman’s disappearance

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.

‘We are absolutely puzzled’: Reward offered in case of missing woman

For Susan Park, the last six months have been torture.

Her daughter Elaine, 20, has been missing since Jan. 28, when she was last seen leaving her ex-boyfriend’s house in Calabasas.

On Feb. 2, her charcoal-gray 2015 Honda Civic was found in Malibu unlocked with the keys in the ignition and her belongings inside.

On Tuesday, Park’s mother, friends and private investigator Jayden Brant held a news conference to announce a $250,000 cash reward for information leading to the young woman’s whereabouts.

Reward offered for tips exonerating Burton man convicted in 1986 slaying

BURTON, MI – A $50,000 reward has been offered for anyone who provides information that will lead to the exoneration of a former Burton man sentenced to life in prison for a St. Clair County murder that took place more than 30 years ago.

Temujin Kensu is offering up to $25,000 and his attorneys will match that amount for credible information about the Nov. 5, 1986, slaying of Scott Macklem in a parking lot at St. Clair Community College in Port Huron.

Temujin Kensu  

A Burton native, Kensu was formerly known as Frederick Freeman. He has maintained his innocence and has been fighting to get his conviction and life sentence overturned.

David Sanders of the Proving Innocence project at the University of Michigan says Kensu is using money he won in a lawsuit against the Michigan Department of Corrections

Read more at: http://www.mlive.com/news/flint/index.ssf/2017/07/reward_offered_for_tips_exoner.html

Reward offered for information in Kensu case; police and prosecutor stand by conviction

 

A man who has fought his murder conviction for more than 30 years and his lawyer are offering up to $50,000 for information related to his case. 

Temujin Kensu is offering up to $5,000 for information regarding the shooting death of Scott Macklem Nov. 5, 1986, in the St. Clair County Community College parking lot, according to David Sanders of Proving Innocence, an organization that works with people they believe have been wrongfully convicted.  

He is also offering a reward up

Read more at: http://www.thetimesherald.com/story/news/crime/2017/07/12/reward-offered-information-kensu-case-police-and-prosecutor-stand-conviction/471241001/

Seen this Cat? $20000 Reward Offered for Return of Rare Pet Missing in California

First, Bentley the cat’s owner offered a $5,000 reward. Soon, that amount increased to $7,500. Now, payment for the safe return of the 6-month-old, 12-lb. exotic male Savannah cat stands at a fur-raising $20,000, according to a photo of a flyer posted to Facebook.

CBS Los Angeles reports that the Marina del Rey, California, cat owner is desperate to find her rare breed pet. F2 Savannahs are a hybrid of domestic cats and servals, a medium-sized wild African cat, and they can cost upwards of $4,000.

Bentley’s owner has even hired a pet detective and bloodhounds to help track down the cat, who is believed to have escaped from the balcony of her luxury apartment on Feb. 26.

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The cat is declawed and unmicrochipped. Check out his lost pet

Read more at: http://people.com/pets/20000-reward-offered-for-return-of-missing-cat-in-california/

$20000 Reward Offered For Missing Cat

MARINA DEL REY (CBSLA.com) — A Marina del Rey woman is offering $20,000 to help find her missing exotic cat.

The feline was last seen at the luxury Esprit apartment complex on 13900 Marquesas Way more than a week ago.

Exotic F2 Savannah cats like Bentley are rare with a price tag of up to $8,000, which is why the owner is desperate to get him back.

She said she had hired a pet detective and a team of blood hounds to help find Bentley, who escaped from the balcony of her apartment.

A flyer posted on Facebook says Bentley is a brown tabby with black spots and is declawed.

MORE PHOTOS OF BENTLEY

A viewer told CBS2/KCAL9 the reward for Bentley started at $5,000, climbed to $7,500 then $20,000.

Anyone who spots the cat is asked to call (310) 299-7905.

Read more at: http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2017/03/07/20000-reward-offered-for-missing-cat/

$20,000 Reward Offered For Missing Cat « CBS Los Angeles

MARINA DEL REY (CBSLA.com) — A Marina del Rey woman is offering $20,000 to help find her missing exotic cat.

The feline was last seen at the luxury Esprit apartment complex on 13900 Marquesas Way more than a week ago.

Exotic F2 Savannah cats like Bentley are rare with a price tag of up to $8,000, which is why the owner is desperate to get him back.

She said she had hired a pet detective and a team of blood hounds to help find Bentley, who escaped from the balcony of her apartment.

A flyer posted on Facebook says Bentley is a brown tabby with black spots and is declawed.

MORE PHOTOS OF BENTLEY

A viewer told CBS2/KCAL9 the reward for Bentley started at $5,000, climbed to $7,500 then $20,000.

Anyone who spots the cat is asked to call (310) 299-7905.

Read more at: http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2017/03/07/20000-reward-offered-for-missing-cat/

Reward offered for information on unknown deceased female

KINGMAN – Mohave County Silent Witness is offering up to a $750 reward for information in identifying an unknown girl, as well as any suspect information.

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Reconstruction images from the Nation Center for Missing and Exploited Children and a Reconstructionist from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations. These images are reconstructions and may only resemble the true image.

According to sheriff’s spokeswoman Trish Carter, there’s a continuing investigation into the possible homicide of an unknown female found Sept. 28 near U.S. Highway 93 between Kingman and the Hoover Dam.

The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your assistance in identifying an African-American or biracial female, black or dark brown hair, between the ages of 13 to 17, approximately 5-feet, 7-inches tall weighing between 105 to 130

Read more at: http://kdminer.com/news/2017/feb/12/reward-offered-information-unknown-deceased-female/