Reward Offered in Missing Woman Case
Yarnell disappeared from her Ivy Bend home in October of 2003. Her mother will mark Yarnell's birthday on Saturday for the third time since then.
"It's been a long time. It's been 32 months since she's been gone now," said Marianne Asher-Chapman. "I bought her a new trinket and I put it in her trunk, which is upstairs, which is full of presents that I bought for every holiday since she left."
The real present came from the Carole Sund/Carrington Foundation, a group that offers rewards for information leading to missing persons. The foundation is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to Yarnell's exact location. Morgan County law officers hope that helps their investigation.
"I feel very sorry for the family, very sad for the family," said sheriff's detective Ronnie Witt, "because it's caused a lot of hardship for the family, not only for stress, but money-wise also."
Asher-Chapman hopes the reward money will lead to some answers.
"An answer means everything to me, then we can have a new chapter with it. Then we could get resolution," she explained. "If she is gone, then I just need to bury my daughter."
If you have information about Angie Yarnell, call the Morgan County Sheriff's Department at 1-573-378-5481.
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