Search continues for killer of North Carolina girl, 13; FBI offers $25G rewardDecember 5, 2018
In Lumberton, four crime block drop boxes around the community are also allowing residents to anonymously inform police about the case, South Carolina's WPDE-TV reported.
“They can utilize these boxes. They don’t have to fear of retaliation of turning in a criminal b placing information in this box. [They] don’t have to put their name on it. We just need a lead. We need some information — some vital information," the Rev. Larry Williams told the station. "I understand that there is nothing done under the sun whereby somebody don’t know about."
Williams had developed the boxes more than 20 years ago for residents to anonymously inform law enforcement about a crime, the station reported.
Authorities vowed to continue their investigation and said their work “will not stop” until whoever is behind the teen’s disappearance is brought “to justice.”
Fox News’ Elizabeth Zwirz and the Associated Press contributed to this report.
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