The clock is ticking: Reward for information about missing woman about to expire

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RICHMOND, Ky. (WYMT) - The clock is ticking on a reward that a family hopes leads to answers in a missing woman case.

Wednesday at midnight, a $10,000 reward will no longer be available in the Savannah Spurlock case.

Richmond Police have investigated the case since Spurlock went missing on January 4th. Four months later, there is still no sign of her but her family hopes a payout of thousands of dollars will lead to answers.

"I'm still holding out hope that something will make someone feel guilty and be like, I need to say something," said Ellen Spurlock, Savannah's mother.

The 23-year-old disappeared after leaving a Limestone Street bar with several men. Police said they went to Garrard County and, despite numerous searches and search warrants, the young mother of four has not been found.

"Yes, for sure, I thought this reward would get someone to come forward with information to find Savannah," said Ellen.

Family members said they are not sure on what direction they will take if no one comes forward by midnight.

"Missing: Savannah Spurlock" window stickers are also available at libraries in Richmond, Lexington and Lancaster. People are encouraged to put them in their car windows.



 
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