Update: $10,000 reward for info leading to arrest of suspects connected to disappearance of missing teen

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UPDATE 5/9: According to Oklahoma City Police, an anonymous donor is offering a $10,000 cash reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of possible suspects connected to the disappearance of Annie Hill.

Anyone with any information should contact the Homicide Tip Line at (405) 297-1200.

The search continues for a missing 16-year-old girl who disappeared more than a week ago.

Anne Josette Hill has been missing since last Thursday, April 10th.

She was last seen in the North Oklahoma city, Edmond area.

Her mother, Lori Hill, is now speaking out and asking for your help in bringing her daughter home.

She says, despite what some may think her disappearance is out of character.

“Vivacious, Outgoing, Never met a stranger,” says Hill. “That’s not a kid that’s planning on running away. That’s not a kid that doesn't want to be with her family. That’s my Annie Jo.”

Last Friday night Lori hill's daughter Anne went to a friend’s house to watch a movie.

Hill waited up to make sure she got a goodnight hug and started calling at 11 that night to see what time she was going to make it home.

“I never got any kind of response,” says Hill. “And that’s not like her.”

Eight days later, still nothing.

Hill says it's been hard trying to convince police that Anne is not a runaway and that her disappearance is completely out of character.

She fears Anne will get lost in the long list of missing teenagers.

“They have so many kids that just decide they’re better off away from home and leave and I understand that,” says Hill. “But Anne’s not one of those.”

Just like any 16-year-old, Anne had just gotten the keys to her first car.

That car was found abandoned in the Edmond area.

Hill hopes that convinced officers Anne didn't choose to take off.

“We just miss her so much. She would be amazed at the amount of people who are out there driving streets, walking parks, knocking on doors, taping up fliers,” says Hill. “We know she’s out there somewhere and she wants to come home.”

Hill says their entire family is very close and always stays in contact, but no one was heard anything from her since last Thursday.

She was last seen wearing a blue one piece short set.

She also has a curvy lined tattoo on her hip.

If you have any information please call police.