$1,000 reward offered for missing woman’s iPhone
A new $1,000 reward was offered for anyone who can turn over an iPhone belonging to Carrie Olson, of Davenport, who has been missing for more than a month.
Carrie Olson, 29, was last seen around 4 p.m. Saturday, December 28, 2013 at the 7-Eleven at 38th Street and 18th Avenue in Rock Island, Illinois. A surveillance camera there captured images of Carrie, who was wearing a gray Iowa Hawkeyes sweatshirt, getting gas for her car.
The same camera at that same store captured video of a man putting gas in Carrie’s car again early the next morning.
A man Carrie knows reportedly returned her car when he returned from an out-of-town trip, and her purse was reportedly inside the car. Her cell phone and wallet were missing.
The last signal returned from the phone was from a tower in Camden Park in Milan, Illinois. Searches have been conducted in that area but Carrie and the phone were still missing.
A new post to the Facebook page dedicated to the search for Carrie Olson indicated a reward was being offered as of Monday, February 3, 2014 to anyone who finds and turns over Carrie’s missing iPhone 5s.
The device is white and silver in color, and was last seen in a black Mophie case. The serial number on the phone is DNPLL83KFNJN.
Anyone with information about the phone should contact Davenport Police at (563) 326-6128.