FBI offers reward in 2005 Hillsboro disappearance

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by AP

KMOV.com

Posted on August 5, 2014 at 6:46 AM

Updated Tuesday, Aug 5 at 4:37 PM

   ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The FBI and the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office are offering a $20,000 reward for evidence in the continuing search for a Pevely woman who disappeared nearly a decade ago.

   Federal investigators on Tuesday unveiled a new missing-person poster of Amanda K. Jones, who was nine months pregnant when she disappeared in August 2005 at age 26.

   Amanda Jones told her mother the day she disappeared that she was meeting a man she identified as her unborn child's father. Her unlocked car was found at the Hillsboro Civic Center. The man has denied being the father, though he said he met with Jones but then left after one hour.

   Jones' 13-year-old daughter Hannah spoke publicly for the first time at the FBI news conference in St. Louis.

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