Beth Holloway Twitty, the mother of a missing Alabama teenager, today announced a 200-thousand dollar reward for the safe return of her daughter, Natalee Holloway.
There is also a reward of 100-thousand dollars for information leading to the 18-year-old's whereabouts.
The Mountain Brook teen disappeared May 30th in Aruba. She was on a high school graduation trip with dozens of her classmates.
On Tuesday, investigators said they obtained DNA samples from three men who've been linked to Natalee Holloway on the day she disappeared.
All three of the young men admit being with her that day, but deny any wrongdoing.
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