Reward for information on missing woman increases
July 1, 2007 (WLS) -- The family of a missing mother held a fundraiser Sunday to increase the reward money for information leading to her return.
Lisa Stebic's loved ones hosted a pancake breakfast in Plainfield. The mother of two went missing almost two months ago. Now, her family is offering a 50,000-reward for information about where she could be.
"When someone goes missing, you need to have as many eyes and ears as possible," said Leigh Harris, a Stebic family spokesperson. "Even the smallest tip could be the extra piece in the jigsaw puzzle that suddenly makes the picture come clear."
Plainfield police are organizing a search that will take place next Saturday at Silver Springs state park. They say the family often visited the park. So, police plan to look for clues there.
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