New Sketch & Increased Reward Offered in Shannon Paulk Case - Montgomery Alabama news.

New Sketch & Increased Reward Offered in Shannon Paulk Case

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WSFA 12 News has new information in the brutal murder of a Prattville girl in 2001. The Shannon Paulk Task Force has released new clues about who they are looking for.

At the same time, the city of Prattville has increased its reward for information in the case to $10,000. Wednesday marks the five year anniversary of Paulk's disappearance. She was later found dead.

Hunters found Paulk's body in the Autauga County Wildlife Management area on October 6th, 2001.

Shannon's disappearance was eerily similar to cases in Twiggs County, Georgia and Northport, Alabama. Teresa Dean vanished in Twiggs County. Heaven Lashe Ross was taken in Northport.

All three girls were 11 years old. Each was abducted from a mobile home park with construction going on nearby.

Teresa and Heaven's bodies have never been found.

Police released a rough sketch of a man seen with Shannon the day she disappeared. He was about 6 feet tall with a stocky build and extremely hairy, muscular arms. He had yellow, crooked teeth and a hump on the bridge of his nose (as if it had been broken).

Now, police are circulating a new composite in hopes the slight differences may jog someone's memory.

If you have any information, no matter how small, you're asked to call the Shannon Paulk Task Force at 334-358-4809 or the Secret Witness number at 365-2220.

Reporter: Bob Howell

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