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$10K Reward for Leads on Missing Woman Shayna Feinman in Yavapai

Nearly two months after Arizona woman Shayna Feinman disappeared from Yavapai County, a large reward has now been announced to spur the public into action. The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office is offering a $10,000 reward for information that leads to solving the mystery of Feinman's disappearance and finding her, according to Yavapai County Police. FOX 10 Phoenix.

On March 9, Feinman was reported missing from the Peach Springs/Hyde Park area, about 110 miles west of Flagstaff. Described as a white female, 5'4″, weighing about 140 pounds, with green eyes and brown hair, she disappeared while walking to a friend's house but never made it. Curiously, the people last seen with Shayna have not cooperated with the investigation. A-Z Family.

Authorities recovered Feynman's cellphone from a nearby home in an attempt to piece together her final movements, likely sparking local attention and leading authorities to ask residents in the Peach Springs and Hyde Park Road areas near Seligman to check their camera footage for clues that could lead them to Feynman.

The missing woman was wearing athletic shorts over sweatpants, a hoodie and green hiking boots that day. The sheriff's office hopes the image will jog memories and bring new information. Silent Witness' $10,000 reward is intended to spark public interest and elicit details residents may not realize are important. Any tips are welcome and can be submitted to Silent Witness at 800 932-3232 or online at to help solve what happened to Shayna Fineman after her mysterious walk to her friend's house.

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