Someone must listened. The power of the suggestion.
Two days ago, we wrote a piece taking the FBI to task in the "Baby Grace" case for offering a reward that could only be found by digging into their website documents.
The story was tops on Google and apparently somebody listened: 36 hours later, the FBI has scheduled a news conference for later this morning to formally announce the reward.
Perhaps the reward will somehow help identify who this little girl is.
From the Police News:
The Galveston County Sheriff's Office and the FBI will hold a news conference this morning at 10:30 to update the media on the Baby Grace investigation and to formally announce the $20K reward posted by the FBI.
The press conference will be held at the Sheriff's office in the Criminal Justice Center.
Our original story:
FBI Offers $20,000 Reward But Issues No Press Release
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Read the Rest of the story: "FBI Offers $25,000 Dollar Reward, But Doesn't Announce It".
We’ve been following the story of Baby Grace, the little girl whose body was found on a small inlet on Galveston Bay. A fisherman discovered her October 29th encased in a blue plastic tote that came to rest on a sand bar.
The FBI has a reward of $20,000 for information leading to the identity of Baby Grace. It was tacked onto a poster released by the FBI. It is unknown what date the FBI put out this flier. Although the reward is on the flier, no press release was issued concerning the reward.
The Galveston County Sheriff’s Department has not released any further info on the Baby Grace case. The last known press release was November 12th when CBS News put out its story, “Police Flooded With Baby Grace Tips.”
Why isn't the local press pursuing this? Where's the Houston Chronicle?
The police are sifting through clues and tips; have they ruled any of the little girls they are considering out? There have been no new statements; this does not mean that parents of the missing girls across the country have lost interest in developments in this case.
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