BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (WISH) - The family of missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer has increased the amount of reward money offered for information leading to the woman.
The Spierer family increased the reward money from $100,000 to $250,000, family members announced through a blog site on Friday.
"We continue to seek information which will lead us to find Lauren and the circumstances surrounding her disappearance," the family said in the announcement. "We remain dedicated to finding our daughter."
The Spierer family says the increased reward comes after receiving an "extremely generation donation."
Spierer, now 21, disappeared from Bloomington on June 3 after a night out with friends. While police have identified multiple persons of interest in the case, no suspects have been named and no arrests have been made.
Anyone with information about Spierer's disappearance is asked to contact the Bloomington Police Department at 812-339-447. The family also said people can contact Beau Dietl Associates at 1-800-777-9366.
Bloomington Police spokesman Lt. Bill Parker said Friday there was no update to provide on the investigation, except that it is ongoing. He said he was aware of the increased reward.
"That hopefully leads to holding accountable anyone who may be responsible for her disappearance," Parker said.
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