Reward increased $5000 in Ware disappearance

Over the past 72 hours, detectives investigating the disappearance of 34 year-old Rebecca Ann Ware who was last seen in St. Johns County on October 29, 2010, have reported to Historic City News that they have developed new information and gathered additional evidence in the case.

From this new evidence, a person of interest has been identified by detectives and Ware has been reclassified as missing and endangered.

SJSO Sergeant Charles Mulligan told Historic City News tonight that foul play is suspected in connection with Ware’s disappearance.

Although Mulligan can not disclose publically the name of the person of interest or identify the evidence that has been collected at this time, he has announced to Historic City News that Hydro America, has offered a five thousand dollar ($5000.00) reward for information leading to the arrest of the individual(s) who may be responsible for Rebecca Ware’s disappearance — in addition to the standing Crime Stoppers reward.

If you have any information concerning Ware’s whereabouts or know anything relevant to this investigation, you can remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-888-277-8477 and be eligible for a reward up to $1000.00 from the Crime Stoppers organization.

You can also contact a detective with the Robbery-Homicide Section of the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office by calling 904-824-8304.

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