San Francisco 49ers players continue the search for missing teenager Sierra LaMar from Morgan Hill. Alex Smith and Joe Staley have been searching since she first went missing, and Cam Inman of the San Jose Mercury News reports that Patrick Willis and Delanie Walker have also joined the situation. Peter Delevett of the San Jose Mercury News has more on the situation.
Authorities believe Sierra was probably kidnapped while walking to catch a bus to her high school. In the weeks since, officials have logged more than 6,000 hours on the case, but they've been unable to locate any significant clues beyond the girl's cellphone and bag, found tossed in a field near her home.
Sierra's father, Steve LaMar, said the family scraped together the reward money through fundraisers and donations to an account set up with Chase bank. "We're hoping it might give someone the motivation to come forward," he said. "We're desperate for anything that can bring her home to us."
A reward has been posted by LaMar's family of over $10,000. To help out in the search, check out the Sierra LaMar search Facebook page. Here's more useful contact information: Call the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office at 408-808-4500 after hours 408-299-2311 or the anonymous tip line at 408-808-4431. Text messages can be sent to 408-421-6760. Email tips to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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