WEBSTER, N.H. — Investigators say offering up a cash reward is the next logical step in a case like the disappearance of Celina Cass, because so many days have gone by with no information leading to her recovery.“One of the things we are looking at is every single possibility that is out there to get someone to give up information is crucial,” said Don Nason, a former law enforcement officer who now runs an investigative center for missing children and cold cases. Nason says that a cash reward can often times produce vital information.“The next step here giving some money out and seeing if anyone is going to come forward. Someone who otherwise wouldn’t come forward without the money,” said Nason.

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