“When I woke up this morning, I just bawled my eyes out.” An anonymous person has offered a ,000 reward for information leading to the girls’ whereabouts, police said. Elizabeth Collins, 8, and her cousin, Lyric Cook, 10, were last seen around midday Friday, riding their bicycles in downtown Evansdale, Iowa.
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Elizabeth Collins, 8, and her cousin, Lyric Cook, 10, were last seen around midday Friday, riding their bicycles in downtown Evansdale, Iowa.
“Because we have no person that was seen and we have no vehicle that was described, so we can’t issue an Amber alert by their guidelines,” Abben said.
Crews used boats to search the lake and volunteers looked in the woods Saturday and were back today, but haven’t found what happened to the girls.
“We will keep searching until we are confident that they are not in that lake,” Captain Rick Abben, a chief deputy with the Black Hawk County Sheriff’s Office, told ABC News affiliate KCRG.
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