Expanding Search for Joanna Rogers - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

6/9/04

Expanding Search for Joanna Rogers

Local authorities say they continue to field phone tips everyday, but so far they have no clues leading to missing teen Joanna Rogers. Today sheriff's officials and Joanna's parents addressed the media again, pleading for answers.

The Lubbock teen has been missing for a month now. Her family is about to shoot a public service announcement hoping wherever Joanna is, she will hear it.

"The reason we're doing that is because we want the public, really Joanna to hear our voice. We've been advised that if she's out there she may be scared. Scared to come home. We want her to know it's ok to come home, we want her to get away from who ever has her, go to anybody," says Kathy Rogers, Joanna's mother.

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Get the latest news and information on the search for Joanna Kathryn Rogers.

If you have any information that could lead to Joanna, you are encouraged to call (806) 775-1601 , there is a $15,000 reward leading to her safe return.

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