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.