WHITE CLOUD, Mich. (WOOD) -- The reward forinformation about who killed a teenager four years ago hasincreased.
Thirteen-year-old Amanda Lankey disappeared June 21, 2004 whilespending the night at a friend's house in White Cloud. She wasfound killed two weeks later in the Manistee National Forest. Herkiller is yet to be found.
The White Cloud Fraternal Order of Eagles 4170 has now posted a$5,000 reward. This is added to a previous reward of$5,000.
"We will continue to seek ways to develop more information insolving this case," Newaygo County Undersheriff Bob Boyd said in astatement. "We ask that people with any information call whetherthey think their information is relevant or not. It may be thepiece of information we need to help solve this case."
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