Seven Weeks Later: Search for Carrie Goes Door-Knocking
Missing now for seven weeks, the search for a Davenport woman is going door-to-door.
On Saturday, February 15th, 2014, a group met at Milan Lanes to spread the work about 29-year-old Carrie Olson.
“We need all the information that we can get at this point,” says Erin Hawley, Carrie’s Cousin. “We just really need all the help we can in finding Carrie.”
Carrie was last seen right before New Years.
At the event, people put on teal wrist bands that read “Find Carrie Olson” and picked up piles of fliers to distribute in neighborhoods around Milan. The cell tower in Milan’s Camden Park is where Carrie’s iPhone 5S last sent a signal.
Organizers say they want to remind people in the area about the case as well as tell them about the rewards available to anyone who has information.
“We know people may think that the information they have is insignificant or they may think that it’s too late to give it or the police already know, but please don’t assume that that information is already known or that it’s too insignifcant to report,” says Hawley.
There is a $1,000 reward for Carrie’s iPhone as well as a $12,000 reward for anyone who provides information to the Davenport Police Department that leads to Carrie’s whereabouts.
Meanwhile, Davenport Police are also looking for a 45-year-old Davenport man. Willis Hughes was last seen at his Davenport home on the night of December 21st, 2013. If you have any information on his whereabouts, call Davenport Police.
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