A $5,000 reward is being offered for information about a 29-year-old Alabama woman who mysteriously vanished from a bar earlier this month.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced the reward for credible tips about the Dec. 20 disappearance of Paighton Houston, who was last seen leaving a bar in Birmingham with “two heavy-set black males,” AL.com reported.
“In the midst of the busy holiday season, it is critical that we support Paighton, her family and law enforcement to ensure we do everything possible to bring her home,” Ivey said in a statement.
Houston’s mother, Charlaine, wrote on Facebook that her daughter alerted pals via text that “she didn’t know who she was with and felt she could be in trouble.”
But her daughter hasn’t used her bank account since she disappeared and her phone is going straight to voicemail.
“We’ve got to find her,” Charlaine told AL.com. “I just pray this nightmare will end.”
Birmingham police Sgt. Johnny Williams said authorities are desperate for leads in the case.
“We’re pretty much in the same place that we were when we first reported her missing,” Williams told the outlet. “We don’t have any other leads. We’ve exhausted the ones we’ve had to this point, but we’ll continue to investigate and try to develop new leads.”
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