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Reward offered in Marshall County missing person case

ALBERTVILLE, AL (WAFF) - 36-year-old Tonya Michelle Turnmire has been missing for two weeks, and now a reward is being offered for information leading to her safe return. 

Right now, the reward is at $2,000.

Turnmire was last seen the morning of Friday, June 4th leaving the Y-mart in Boaz, where she worked.

Police said at this point it's an active missing persons case.

"We're actively pursuing it. Our detectives are working feverishly, trying to get any lead, any clue, anything they can get. Obviously, her safety is our number one concern, and that's the reason the effort has been put into it," said Sgt. Jamie Smith, Albertville Police Department.

Turnmire left in a four-door 1995 gold Honda Accord. If you have any information you are asked to contact Albertville police at 256-891-8274.

The reward money was raised by a group of Tonya's friends, and they're looking to raise more.

Anyone who would like to make a contribution to the reward money is asked to contact Chief Benny Womack at 256-891-8221 or Sgt. Jamie Smith at 256-891-8273.

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