Retired Las Vegas police offer reward for bodies found at Lake Mead
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) - Two retired police officers in Las Vegas are offering a reward for those who find bodies at Lake Mead after human remains were found in a barrel at the lake last weekend.
Retired officers David Kohlmeier and Daniel Minor of The Problem Solver show in Las Vegas are offering a $5,000 reward to divers who find any remaining bodies from Lake Mead.
“We do believe there are others out there,” Kohlmeier said. “We believe there are cold cases that are out there or missing people in general. Since the water is so low right now there’s a chance in history to recover bodies.”
The show said they are offering a reward in an effort to bring closure to the friends and families of victims and to assist local law enforcement with their investigation.
Kohlmeier said they are only looking for scuba certified divers to assist.
“People that are professionals. We’re not looking for anyone to get hurt,” Kohlmeier said.
The $5,000 reward will be paid from funds from the show. To donate to the reward fund, contact The Problem Solver at 702-999-1111 or 1-833-TIPSCASH. A fund will be set up to pay reward money to divers that locate these deceased victims.
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