Reward for information leading to apprehension of the person(s) responsible for Carrie's death is being offered.
Olson had been missing for more than 3 months before her body was found April 5 - in an empty lot near Hastings, Minnesota.
Read more: Carrie Olson death: $4,000 reward for information - KMSP-TV http://www.myfoxtwincities.com/story/25240153/carrie-olson-death-reward#ixzz33EMpzp4d
Rob Larson and his K-9 Specialties search dogs went to the Davenport, Iowa area, working with local volunteers & logging many long, freezing hours, this past winter - to aid in the search for 29-year old Carrie Olson.
Carrie had been missing since the night of December 28th.
She was last seen around 4 p.m. on that Saturday at the 7-Eleven on 38th Street and 18th Avenue in Rock Island, according to her father Dave Olson.
He says a surveillance camera recorded her getting gas and wearing an Iowa Hawkeye sweatshirt.
But, since then "she hadn’t used her credit cards and so she hadn’t spent any money, and she hadn’t used her phone so we kind of suspected some sort of foul play,” Dave said.
There is now a $4000 reward for any information that leads to how Carrie died and apprehending those who led to her death. Please call Davenport Police 563-326-7979.
Carrie was 5’8″ and 190lbs with green eyes and sandy brown hair or brown hair with highlights.
Her dark grey Toyota Avalon and purse have been located, but not her white iPhone/black case or her small, black wallet which has the word "Love" inscribed in white embedded in it.
Olson's family hopes that someone in the Hastings area might have remembered seeing her car, a dark gray 2005 Toyota Avalon with Iowa license plate 088-PMK, in the hopes of providing more clues in what led to her tragic death.
Her iPhone sent a signal from Camden Park Saturday, Dec. 28th in Milan, Il. Her family stated it may have been ditched there.
Her acquaintance Tim McVay was seen (on surveillance video) allegedly using her credit card & filling up her car with gas. at the 7-Eleven in Rock Island (38th Street), the next morning. Carrie was no where in sight.
McVay reportedly drove to MN with the car, then flew to Las Vegas - without Carrie.
If you have any information as to the death of Carrie Olson, you are asked to get in touch with the
Davenport Police Department, Iowa
Family-supported investigation ~ Follow "Justice For Carrie" on Facebook
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