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August 4, 2003

Valdosta - It's been 10 months since a Valdosta mother and her son disappeared. Now, police are offering a reward, hoping the money will cause someone to come forward with new information.

Twenty Six year old Paula Wade and her 3-year-old son, Brandon, were reported missing when she failed to show up for work in October of 2002. Police found her apartment empty and her 1986 Blazer left behind. Since her disappearance, investigators searched the area surrounding her apartment complex, the Withlacoochee River and parts of Madison County, Florida.

"At this point we have an unspecified amount of a reward being offered for the recovery of Paula and Brandon" said Sgt. Steve Owens.

Investigators say the slightest piece of information could be of great value in finding Wade and her son. Anyone with information regarding the case should contact the Valdosta Police Department.

Posted at 3:52 PM by ArmenJeknavorian@walb.com

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