Mollie Tibbetts has been missing for over two weeks. Her family has sent out many pleas via social media outlets and news outlets asking for her safe return home.
Tibbetts, a sophomore at the University of Iowa, was last seen July 18th and Mollie Tibbetts' mother Laura Calderwood believes that she may have been abducted. A $172,000 reward is now being offered. In an unusual move, the family said that the kidnapper could claim the reward money after setting Tibbetts free. The family is begging the public to send tips anonymously through Crime Stoppers.
The disappearance happened near Brooklyn, Iowa. If you know any information regarding this case, please let Crime Stoppers know. The family just wants their daughter home.
SOURCE: CBS News