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FBI Increases Reward For Missing Girl

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There is a new reward being offered for anyone who can lead investigators to missing teenager Erica Parsons from Rowan County. She was last seen in November 2011, but was not reported missing until July 2013.

Thursday marks the 6 month anniversary since Parsons was first reported missing by her adoptive brother. Parsons' adoptive parents, Casey and Sandy Parsons first told authorities they sent Erica to live with her biological grandmother. Authorities say that person does not exist and that Casey and Sandy Parsons have not been truthful about their adoptive daughter's disappearance.

The FBI is offering a reward of up to $25,000 in addition to $10,000 already being offered for anyone who can lead them to Erica Parsons. The FBI has also issued new missing persons posters, and authorities are asking anyone who dealt with the Parsons family or anyone who saw Erica in November 2011 to contact them. The list of people authorities want to talk with includes family, friends, medical providers, and local store employees-anyone who saw Erica around that time or anyone who had contact with the Parsons family in November 2011.

If you have any information that can help in this case, please call the Rowan County Sheriff's Office at (704) 216-8687 or The Charlotte FBI Office at (704) 672-6100



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