Missing since July 29th, Kortne Stouffer still hasn't been located, but her family isn't giving up hope in finding her. A vigil will be held tonight in Palmyra, but it will be mostly focused on prayer. If you're not the praying type and you still want to show respect for the missing woman, it's taking place at the Lebanon High School, so it won't be held at a strictly religious venue. That's not the only update in this missing woman's case.
It appears that two of the neighbors of Kortne Stouffer have ideas on what may have happened to her. This report states that two neighbors expressed the belief that Stouffer wandered away from her apartment sometime around 4:00 a.m., and she may have "encountered someone who hurt or abducted her."
Was one of these neighbor's the one who called the cops on her or were these two unrelated neighbors? Seeing as though police found no signs of struggle in her apartment, it makes sense to think she was out of her apartment when she vanished.
So far the reward raised by friends and family is more than $30,000 and growing. The reward is being offered for information or evidence that leads to the whereabouts of their missing loved one. While rewards rarely work in cases like these, it's still hopeful that someone will offer information for the money. The quietness of investigators is unsettling, so someone biting at the reward is just what they need right now.
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