Reward offered for missing Bismarck High School senior
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The father of a missing Bismarck High School senior is offering a reward for information that helps authorities find his son.
Darius Hurdle, of Minneapolis, said the reward of $5,000 to $10,000 would be distributed after 18-year-old Chase Hurdle is found. Chase has been missing for more than a week.
“We have that available as an incentive for anyone that gives us a lead that leads to us finding him,” Darius Hurdle said.
Chase Hurdle has had amnesia issues and also went missing in July, his father said. He couldn’t remember his name, and police took him to a local hospital.
Chase was last seen the morning of Nov. 2 on foot near Memorial Bridge. Authorities issued a Silver Alert for him Nov. 4, alerting the public to his disappearance, The Bismarck Tribune reported.
Family members have placed flyers at several parks in Bismarck and Mandan asking anyone with information about Chase to contact authorities.
“We just want him to come home and let him know we’re here to help,” Darius Hurdle said. “If anyone sees him, offer him help or take him to a hospital.”