Reward offered for information in teen’s disappearance

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EDMOND, Okla. – A vigil was held Friday night as friends and family of a missing teenager pray for her safe return home.

Authorities say 16-year-old Anne Hill disappeared 30 days ago.

The Casady student left a friend’s house and hasn’t been seen since.

On Friday, family and friends gathered at Hafer Park to comfort each other and bring attention to the search for her.

Hill’s car was found abandoned in Edmond a few days later.

Officials say there is a $10,000 reward for information in the case that leads to Anne.

Lori Hill, Anne’s mother, said, “It’s just surreal because life has stopped without her. Our day-to-day life is just nonexistent practically, all we’ve done is look for her.”

Lori says she spoke with her daughter several times the day she went missing.

She says Anne was happy, upbeat and there were no signs of trouble that would indicate that she intended to run away.

Her family hopes last night’s vigil will bring new attention to the case and help the public stay alert.

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