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Reward offered by family of missing New Madrid woman

Barbara Stoffer Barbara Stoffer
NEW MADRID, MO (KFVS) -

The family of an 83-year-old New Madrid woman missing since late August is offering a $25,000 reward in hopes of her safe return.

The family of Barbara Stoffer is offering a $25,000 reward for any information leading to the safe return of Barbara Stoffer or the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible in her disappearance.

Around 70 people joined K-9 search crews Saturday in New Madrid County, in hopes Stoffer.

Stoffer was last seen on the afternoon of Aug. 20. Stoffer is 5'2" and 120 pounds and was last seen in a green Volvo.

Anyone with information can contact New Madrid Assistant Chief Joey Higgerson at 573-748-0669 or Missouri State Trooper David Patton at 573-258-1213 or New Madrid County Deputy Danny Ware at 573-748-2516 or 573-748-0148.

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