Reward Increased in Missing Police Cadet Case
LARGO, Fla. (AP) - It's been a year since a Florida police cadet went missing and authorities have announced a $50,000 reward for her whereabouts.
Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said Monday that Kelly Rothwell's family is offering $25,000 toward the reward and his office is offering another $25,000.
Rothwell went missing from her condo on the Gulf of Mexico last March 12. On that day, Rothwell told a friend over lunch that she was going to break up with her live-in boyfriend David Perry, a former New York state prison guard. Rothwell hasn't been seen since.
Gualtieri says Perry is a suspect in Rothwell's disappearance and that Perry has not cooperated with the investigation.
Officials say there was no evidence located in the condo the two shared.
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