Reward offered in search for missing Davenport woman

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Carrie Olson

A reward fund has been set up to aid in the search for Carrie Olson, who has been missing since a few days after Christmas.

Olson, 29, was last seen around 4 p.m. Saturday, December 28, 2013 at a gas station at 38th Street and 18th Avenue in Rock Island, Illinois.  A surveillance camera captured images of her getting gas at that time.

The next day, the same camera reportedly captured video of a man getting gas again in Olson’s car.

Within days, a Facebook page was built to help gather information as friends, family and volunteers searched for Olson.  A friend of Olson’s returned from an out-of-town trip with her car, but there was no sign of Olson.

The Facebook page included a post about a reward fund as the search continued January 14, 2014.  The post said the reward fund is in an account at IH Mississippi Valley Credit Union, and contributions to the fund can be dropped off at any IHMVCU location.

Olson’s family is reportedly offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to Carrie’s whereabouts.  They ask that anyone with information about Carrie call Davenport Police at (563) 326-7979.

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