Reward offered for information on N.J. boy who disappeared in 1991

    It’s been 20 years since Mark Himebaugh was last seen. The Cape May County boy was 11 when he left his family’s house to watch firefighters on the job at a marsh fire on Nov. 25, 1991. He’s been missing ever since.

    Now, as the Associated Press reports, an anonymous donor has offered a $10,000 reward for credible information on Himebaugh’s whereabouts and $25,000 for his safe return.

    The only sign of Himebaugh since his disappearance was s sneaker found on the Delawarey Bay beach near his home. His mother still has the same phone number, hoping he’ll call.

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