MONTEZUMA, Iowa (AP) — A sheriff says that $15,000 and counting has been pledged as a reward for information that helps investigators find out what happened to a missing Iowa boy.
The Poweshiek County Sheriff’s Office said the pledges have come from local businesses and citizens who are concerned about the disappearance of Xavior Harrelson.
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The office said in a press release that Harrelson was last seen “on or about May 27” in Montezuma, a small town where he lived in a trailer park with his mother.
The sheriff’s office said the money would be paid out for “information which leads to resolution of this case.”
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