Reward for Mollie Tibbetts Reaches Record Level
Nearly three weeks have passed since Mollie Tibbetts was last seen Wednesday, July 18 in Brooklyn, Iowa. The worldwide search for her continues and money continues to pour in.
Greg Willey, the spokesperson for Crime Stoppers of Central Iowa, says the money has come from all over the nation. Businesses and individuals, more than 180 combined, have donated a total of $301,363. According to KETV, that total is the most raised in the organization's 36-year history.
Local law enforcement, the Iowa Department of Criminal Investigation, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation all continue to work on Mollie Tibbetts' disappearance.
Today marks four months since 16-year-old Jake Wilson of LaPorte City disappeared Saturday, April 7 after leaving his home that evening to walk to Wolf Creek. The creek is a short two blocks from his home. Jake is autistic and has a mild intellectual disorder that causes him to think like a 9-year-old.
All of Iowa is continuing to look for you both and we won't stop until you're found.