By Adam Pinsker
Channel 2 News
10:21 PM AKDT, July 24, 2012
It’s been nearly three weeks since an Anchorage woman disappeared from a campground on the Kenai. Her family is now offering a $25,000 dollar reward to help find her.
Valerie Sifsof was last seen July 7th at the Granite Creek Campground on mile 64 of the Seward Highway. The family says she walked away from her boyfriend after an argument, and hasn't been seen or heard from since.
“We’d much rather have a lot of people call with not a lot of accurate information in hopes that somewhere there is somebody who remembered something important,” said Susan Sullivan with Victims for Justice.
Sullivan’s organization is administering the reward fund, which will be given to anyone with information leading to the safe return of Valerie, or the arrest of those who may be responsible for her disappearance.
“This either encourages people to think a little harder about something they might have seen or, or brings the situation back to the attention of the public,” said Sullivan.
Anyone interested in donating to the reward fund may do so through any branch of First National Bank of Alaska.
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