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Reward in Ashley Loring HeavyRunner case increased to $15,000

Posted at 8:33 PM, Apr 10, 2019
and last updated 2019-04-10 22:33:53-04
Ashley Loring HeavyRunner

GREAT FALLS- The reward for information leading to the prosecution of person(s) responsible for Ashley Loring HeavyRunner’s disappearance is now $15,000.

The Bureau of Indian Affairs is offering $10,000 while the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council has offered $5,000.

Loring has been missing from the Blackfeet Reservation for almost two years. She was last seen in Browning in June of 2017, but there is confusion about the exact day.

Loring‘s family and friends will hold a walk to bring awareness to Missing and Murdered Indigenous People in June.

Her family hopes more families with missing or murdered loved ones will join them so their voices can also be heard.

The walk will take place June 8 at 1 p.m. starting at the Blackfeet Community College.

If you have any information about Loring’s whereabouts or what may have happened to her, you are asked to call the BIA at 406-338-4000, or your local law enforcement agency.