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Published September 13, 2013, 09:57 AM

Reward offered in search for missing Devils Lake teenager

The family of missing Devils Lake teen Jonathan Linn say they hope spreading the word will help bring the 16-year-old back home. Linn's family reported Jonathan missing on August tenth. Though he's been missing for more than a month, both police and his family remain hopeful he will come back soon.

By: Adam Ladwig, WDAZ

The family of missing Devils Lake teen Jonathan Linn say they hope spreading the word will help bring the 16-year-old back home. Linn's family reported Jonathan missing on August tenth. Though he's been missing for more than a month, both police and his family remain hopeful he will come back soon.

Devils Lake police say he was last spotted August 10th at the Vinning Oil gas station six miles east of town on Highway Two. Police have conducted aerial searches, along with interviewing people to determine his current wereabouts. Detective Sue Schwab says it's unlikely Jonathan was abducted. His sister says Linn was a model student, was in the Junior ROTC, and was a student unlikely to abandon his home so close to the start of school.

His sister is offering a 300 dollar reward for information that can help the family find Jonathan. If you have any information you're asked to contact the family at 702-265-2729.

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