Natalee Holloway's Family Increases Reward Money

Natalee Holloway's family has increased the reward for help finding the Alabama teenager or help solving the mystery of her disappearance in Aruba.

There is now a 200-thousand dollar reward for her safe return. The family is offering 100-thousand dollars for information that helps solve the mystery surrounding her disappearance. The teen's mother, Beth Holloway Twitty, announced the increased rewards at a today (Thursday). 18-year-old Holloway disappeared May 30th at the end of a high school graduation trip. Searches by Dutch marines, Aruban police, and some two thousand volunteers have found no trace of her. 17-year-old Joran van der Sloot remains in custody in connection with the Mountain Brook teen's disappearance.

Authorities are testing his DNA and the DNA of two Surinamese brothers who were previously detained in the case. DNA tests are also being conducted on blond hair attached to duct tape that was found along Aruba's northeastern coast.