Reward Offered For Information On Woman's Disappearance

HENDERSON, Ky. (AP) - A $100,000 reward is being offered for
information in the disappearance of a western Kentucky woman more
than a decade ago.

Heather Teague, a 23-year-old Webster County resident, disappeared from Newburgh Beach in Henderson County where she had been sunbathing on Aug. 26, 1995.

Philadelphia philanthropist Joe Mammana, known for his financial
assistance in high-profile criminal investigations, is offering the
reward to any person who provides information leading police to
Teague or for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in
the case.

The reward is being offered for 20 days beginning Sunday and
running through Friday, Nov. 24.

Patti Bishop, a founder of the Midwest Coalition of Missing
Persons, said information about Teague's disappearance should go to
Kentucky State Police in Henderson at 270-826-3312.
Information from: The Gleaner,

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