$5,000 Reward in the Amanda Towne Case

Amanda Towne
Amanda Towne

The reward in the missing Amanda Towne case has increased to $5,000 from $2,500. Everyone is holding out hope that someone will come forward and Amanda’s family will finally see justice served. 

All it takes is one anonymous caller to come forward to solve this case and Amanda’s family to have some closure.    

The 28-year-old mother of three went missing on March 2, 2020, from Fellsmere, Fl. Since then, our community, spearheaded by the Pink Justice Organization, has been searching and doing everything in its power to get justice for Amanda and her family.

“We as Pink Justice haven’t given up hope. We are fully determined to not only find Amanda but seek the justice she and her family deserve. We are hoping with the reward someone will come forward and put the rest of the missing pieces together,” Pink Justice founder Erika Torok told Sebastian Daily.

“Amanda is so loved and so missed. She needs us, “the Community,” to come forward and speak up. Christmas is coming up, and what better gift to give than the gift of bringing her home. We are blessed as a county to have a great team of law officers who take the missing very seriously and are also very determined to bring Amanda home and give her family the closure they deserve. I believe in our community. You can remain anonymous. You can reach out to our team, her detective, or crime stoppers. Let’s work together to give this gift to her children and family,” Torok added.

Amanda Towne
Amanda Towne

Please come forward if you know the whereabouts of Amanda Towne or have any information about her disappearance; you can remain anonymous!

Contact the Indian River County Public Safety Dispatch at 772-978-6240, reference to case number 2020-37848.

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Tina Hodges is a Sebastian native. After graduating from Sebastian River High School, she studied Business Management & Marketing at Indian River State College. Tina worked for Dooney & Bourke for many years before she became our VP of Sales & Marketing & Journalist. Tina joined Sebastian Daily in 2016.