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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- Tomorrow Mayor Rocky Anderson will announce an increase in the reward for information on the whereabouts of Elizabeth Smart, who has been missing since June.
The current reward from the city and the FBI is 25 thousand dollars for information leading to the location of the girl.
That reward is separate from a 250 thousand dollars community reward for her safe return.
Also Friday, Elizabeth Smart's five siblings will speak for the first time on the CBS News show "48 Hours Investigates."
The film crew was allowed to shoot the areas of the house where the kidnapper is believed to have walked. The story also touches on why investigators believe the abductor may have had a key to the house.
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