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    Holly Bobo was last reported being seen on April 13, 2011, when her brother told police he saw a man wearing camouflage lead her into the woods. A grand jury has indicted Zachary Rye Adams for her kidnapping and murder.
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New $100K Reward Offered In Bobo Case

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -  A West Tennessee man has offered $100,000 from his own pocket as a reward to regenerate interest in the Holly Bobo case.

The Jackson Sun reported Thurstle Mullen of Memphis is offering the reward to help bring the case back into focus and give Bobo's abductor a reason to confess.  

Mullen said he will offer a reward of $25,000 up front to the person who turns himself in to the police in relation to Bobo's kidnapping.  

"It's not for ransom.  This person must plead guilty and turn himself in.  I'm willing to pay money to solve this crime," Mullen told the paper.

Mullen said the remainder of the money will be deposited in a fixed amount depending on the length of the individual's prison sentence.

Holly Bobo was taken from outside her home in Decatur County in April 2011.

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