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Additional reward offered for missing Seneca woman

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A photo of Sheila Carver. at her parents' home. (File/FOX Carolina) A photo of Sheila Carver. at her parents' home. (File/FOX Carolina)
WALHALLA, SC (FOX Carolina) -

The Oconee County Sheriff's Office has announced that an additional $10,000 reward is being offered in the case of Sheila Carver, who disappeared from Seneca in 1998.

The new reward brings the total amount offered to $20,000.

Carver went missing in June of 1998 from near the B&B Trailer Park where she lived with her boyfriend, deputies said. They said on that day she left the trailer park with a friend but decided to go home. She got out of the car to walk back home, according to deputies. She has not been seen since.

"Sheila Carver is officially considered missing," said Sheriff Mike Crenshaw in a press release  May 16. "Based on the facts of the investigation, we believe that Sheila is most likely deceased and that foul play was involved in her death. At this point and time, we are wanting to find Sheila's body so that her mother and father can give her a proper burial and begin the grieving process. It is not normal for a parent to lose a child. One can only imagine the pain and suffering endured by this family not knowing where their daughter is located. They have suffered through this ordeal for the past 15 years."

If you have any information about the case you can call 1-888-CRIME-SC, 638-STOP, or text a tip to 274637.

Unsolved cases in Oconee County can also be seen at www.oconeelaw.com.

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