A community mourns two Evansdale cousins. All related stories can be found here.More >>
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EVANSDALE (KWWL) -
Officials with Cedar Valley Crime Stoppers say the reward offered in the case of the missing cousins will now go towards an arrest.
Cedar Valley Crime Stoppers says 100 percent of the donations collected between Nov. 19 and Dec. 19 will be awarded to information leading to an arrest.
While some questions may have already been answered, the question of who's responsible is still a mystery.
"The girls have been found. The next major step is to arrest the perpetrator or perpetrators that caused this horrible deed," said Jim Lind with Cedar Valley Crime Stoppers. "We just encourage anyone to come out with any information that can lead to a resolution."
If the reward goes unclaimed, the Collins family is requesting it be used to help generate tips in other cases.
The number to call with tips or to make a donation is 1-800-355-TIPS (800-355-8477).
Donations can be left at the Cedar Falls Police Department,Waterloo Police Department and the Black Hawk County Sheriff's Office. Donations can also be mailed to Crime Stoppers - Elizabeth and Lyric, PO Box1510, Waterloo, IA 50704.
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